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Control in an Information Rich World

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Control in an Information Rich World
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Publisher: Society for Industrial Mathematics
ISBN/ASIN: 0898715288
ISBN-13: 9780898715286
Number of pages: 112

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This report spells out some of the prospects for control in the current and future technological environment; describes the role the field will play in military, commercial, and scientific applications over the next decade; and recommends actions required to enable new breakthroughs in engineering and technology through the application of control research.

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