# Reviews and
Abstracts of Recent Papers on Applications of Interval Computations to
Control

- M. Abate et al.,
"Application of some new tools to robust stability analysis of
spark ignition engines: a case study", 1995
- C. Abdallah et al., "Controller synthesis for a
class of interval plants", 1995
- B. R. Barmish et al., "Robustness margin
need not be a continuous function of the
problem data", 1990
- B. R. Barmish et al.,
"The robust root locus", 1990
- B. R. Barmish et al., "Extreme point results for
robust stabilization of interval plants with
first order compensators", 1992
- V. Blondel, "On interval polynomials
with no zeros in the unit disc", 1995
- J. Chen, "On computing the
maximal delay intervals for stability of linear
delay systems", 1995
- J.-H. Chou, "Robust stability of
time-varying interval systems", 1994
- P. Dorato et al., "Bibliography
on robust control", 1993
- C. V. Hollot et al., "On the Nyquist envelope
of an interval plant family", 1994
- J. Kogan et al., "Frequency domain criterion
for robust stability of interval time-delay systems", 1995
- J. S. Luo et al., "Delay-independent robust
stability of uncertain linear systems", 1995
- T. Mori et al., "Comments of `On the
stability of discrete-time linear interval
systems", 1995
- T. Mori et al., "Stability criteria for
interval matrices via regularity conditions", 1995
- R. Tempo,
"Robust stability: the computational complexity point of view", 1992
- L. Wang, "Robust strong stabilizability of interval
plants: it suffices to check two vertices", 1995
- A. P. Zhabko et al., "Necessary
and sufficient conditions for the stability of a linear
family of polynomials, 1994
- Y. Zhao et al., "A frequency domain
criterion for robustly stabilizing a family
of interval plants", 1995
- Y. Zhao et al., "Frequency domain
criteria for synthesizing robustly stabilizing compensators for a
class of interval plants", 1995

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