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Taylor, CJ, Young, PC & Chotai, A 1996, PIP optimal control with a risk sensitive criterion. in *UKACC International Control Conference.* pp. 959-964. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp:19960682

Taylor, C. J., Young, P. C., & Chotai, A. (1996). PIP optimal control with a risk sensitive criterion. In *UKACC International Control Conference *(pp. 959-964) https://doi.org/10.1049/cp:19960682

Taylor CJ, Young PC, Chotai A. PIP optimal control with a risk sensitive criterion. In UKACC International Control Conference. 1996. p. 959-964 doi: 10.1049/cp:19960682

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