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Nonlinear control by input-output pole assignment: state space derivation. / Taylor, C. James; Chotai, Arun.

UKACC International Conference Control 2010. ed. / K.J. Burnham; V.E. Ersanilli. 2010. p. 1076-1081.

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Taylor, CJ & Chotai, A 2010, Nonlinear control by input-output pole assignment: state space derivation. in KJ Burnham & VE Ersanilli (eds), UKACC International Conference Control 2010. pp. 1076-1081.

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Taylor, C. J., & Chotai, A. (2010). Nonlinear control by input-output pole assignment: state space derivation. In K. J. Burnham, & V. E. Ersanilli (Eds.), UKACC International Conference Control 2010 (pp. 1076-1081)

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Taylor CJ, Chotai A. Nonlinear control by input-output pole assignment: state space derivation. In Burnham KJ, Ersanilli VE, editors, UKACC International Conference Control 2010. 2010. p. 1076-1081

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Taylor, C. James ; Chotai, Arun. / Nonlinear control by input-output pole assignment: state space derivation. UKACC International Conference Control 2010. editor / K.J. Burnham ; V.E. Ersanilli. 2010. pp. 1076-1081

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