Ph.D. Dissertations - Otto J.M. Smith

Stabilization of Distant and Local Power System Disturbances by Optimized Field Control
Howard K. McCue [1975]

Optimum Policy for an Economic and Educational System Using Sparse Matrix Techniques
Paulo D. Cabral [1974]

A Computer Oriented Economic Planning Model for a Country in Rapid Development
Tercio Pacitti [1972]

Econometric Model of Mexico
Victor Gerez Greiser [1972]

Estimation of Economic Systems
Rabab A. K. Kreidieh [1972]

Adaptive Control
James A. Hauge [1971]

Minimization of Power System Transients by Generator Excitation Control
Richard K. Oswald [1970]

Stability Analysis of Power Systems
Carlos J. Tavora [1970]

A Mathematical Contribution to System Identification with Applications to Dolphin Temperature Regulation and Intraocular Pressure Control
Michael H. Reid [1966]

Adaptive Control System with Model Reference
James C. Pope [1966]

Identification of Dynamic Systems by Digital Computer Modeling in State Space and Component Paremeter Identification of Static and Dynamic Systems
Eugene E. Yore [1966]

An Identification Machine for Dynamic Biological Data
Paul T. Schoenemann [1965]

Identification Machine-Convergence Properties
Julio A. De Moraes Coutinho [1965]

Identification of Systems Using the Method of Instrumental Variables
Richard T. Lacoss [1965]

Minimal Time Control of Systems with Complex Roots
Harold K. Knudsen [1962]

Bang-Bang Control of Real Pole Systems
Michael Athanassiades [1961]

Optimizing Control and Process-Parameter Estimation
Pieter Eykhoff [1961]

An Analog Computer for Testing Business Policies
William R. Fair [1951]