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- 1/90 CIM strategy for Estonian industry. 18 p. (in Estonian)
- 2/90 Optimal control of stochastic processes. 4 p. (in Estonian).
- 3/90 Design of the knowledge base for the technical control object. 7 p. (in Estonian)
- 4/90 Nonlinear discrete-time dynamic control systems. 6 p. (in Estonian).
- 5/90 The study of expert systems of speech synthesis and realization of rule languages. The phonetic studies of the Estonian.

- 6/91 The local disturbance decoupling problem for nonlinear discrete-time systems. 6 p.
- 7/91 The disturbance decoupling by static state feedback for nonlinear discrete-time systems. 6 p.
- 8/91 Model matching of nonlinear discrete time systems in the presence of disturbances. 5 p.
- 9/91 Dynamic disturbance decoupling for discrete time nonlinear systems: The non-square and non-invertible case. 14 p.
- 10/91 Inversion methods in the nonlinear control systems design. Pt. 1: (d, ...,d) - delay right invertible systems. 52 p.
- 11/91 Model matching of nonlinear discrete time systems in the presence of unmeasurable disturbances. 14 p.
- 12/91 The model matching problem for nonlinear systems. The effects of time- discretization .(in Russian) 24 p.
- 13/91 The model matching problem for discrete-time nonlinear systems. (in Russian) 26 p.
- 14/91 Digital PID controller design via Laguerre model. 4 p.
- 15/91 Digital controller design in Laguerre domain. 7 p.
- 16/91 Adaptive predictive control via Laguerre model. (in Russian) 18 p.

- 17/92 Comments on a structural approach to nonlinear matching problem. 11 p.
- 18/92 On zero dynamics of discrete-time nonlinear system in the presence of disturbances. 26 p.
- 19/92 Decoupling of discrete-time nonlinear systems by minimal order dynamic state feedback. 23 p.
- 20/92 Structural approach to discrete-time nonlinear model matching. 15 p.
- 21/92 Dynamic disturbance decoupling for discrete-time nonlinear systems: A solution in terms of system invariants. 31 p.
- 22/92 Graphical model of a technological object. (in Estonian) 79 p.
- 23/92 Robust stability of discrete interval systems. 9 p.
- 24/92 On the digital controller design with a free parameter. 8 p.
- 25/92 Robust control for a class of linear systems. 9 p.
- 26/92 Robust control with a free parameter. 14 p.
- 27/92 Controller design via Laguerre model. (in Russian) 13 p.
- 28/92 A modelling framework for integrated factory automation. 7 p.
- 29/92 CIM system architecture for dairies. 6 p.
- 30/92 Data base design for "AS Tallinna Paber"'s information system. (in Estonian). 19 p.
- 31/92 Scheduling in real-time models. 13 p.
- 32/92 Real-time specification and modelling with joint actions. 24 p.
- 33/92 Time-invariant transformations of joint action systems. 5 p.
- 34/92 International summer school on real-time fault-tolerance and artificial intelligence, Neeruti (Estonia), June 30 - July 2, 1992. 83 p.
- 35/92 Developing constructive requirements specifications for CIM systems. 7 p.
- 36/92 Elements of expert system technology. 46 p.

- 37/93 On dynamic input-output linearization of discrete-time nonlinear systems. 43 p.
- 38/93 Essential orders for discrete-time nonlinear system. 13 p.
- 39/93 Some aspects of nonlinear discrete-time descriptor systems in economics. 8 p.
- 40/93 On the robust stability of polytopes. 11 p.
- 41/93 Robust controller for a family of polytopic plants. 14 p.
- 42/93 Model matching of nonlinear discrete time systems in the presence of disturbances. 36 p.
- 43/93 Elements of expert system technology. II. 61 p.
- 44/93 Compositional specification and verification of hybrid systems. 32 p.
- 45/93 Towards integrated modelling techniques. 48 p.

- 46/94 Discrete-time models of a nonlinear continuous-time system. 24 p.
- 47/94 Immersion a discrete-time nonlinear system by regular dynamic state feedback into a linear system. 43 p.
- 48/94 Robust output tracking design for affine nonlinear system via variable structure control. 14 p.
- 49/94 A linear algebraic framework for feedback linearization of discrete-time nonlinear systems. 6 p.
- 50/94 Robust stability of discrete-time controller. 7 p.
- 51/94 On the robust controller design via necessary stability conditions. 7 p.
- 52/94 Accessibility and feedback linearization of discrete-time systems. 6 p.
- 53/94 The effects of time-sampling on the solution of the nonlinear model matching problem. 66 p.
- 54/94 Functional meta-model of the business system. 59 p.
- 55/94 An integrated technique for developing real-time systems. 5 p.
- 56/94 Multi-level classification method for conceptual structures. 6 p.
- 57/94 Transforming specifications: Step towards implementation. 5 p.
- 58/94 Research, development and education programme for 1995-2000 on automatics and control systems (in Estonian) 17 p.
- 59/94 Compositional specification of control systems software. 34 p.
- 60/94 Expert systems technology. 69 p.

- 61/95 On the reflection coefficients and Schur stability. 8 p.
- 62/95 On the Schur stability and invariant transforms. 17 p., fig.
- 63/95 Dynamic disturbance decoupling for discrete-time nonlinear systems: A linear algebraic solution. 6 p.
- 64/95 On the solvability and right-inversion of implicit non-linear discrete-time systems. 6 p.
- 65/95 On right invertibility of nonlinear recursive systems. 14 p.
- 66/95 On the Schur stability and robust control.
- 67/95 Solvability and right-inversion of implicit nonlinear discrete-time systems. 26 p.
- 68/95 Multi-level classification method of knowledge. 6 p.
- 69/95 Time-invariant transformations of joint action systems. 13 p., 2 fig.
- 70/95 An integrated technique for developing real-time systems. 8 p.
- 71/95 Transforming designs towards implementations.
- 72/95 Events and links in scenario decomposition. 9 p.

- 73/96 Linearization of discrete-time systems. 27 p.
- 74/96 Generalized controlled invariance for discrete-time nonlinear systems with an application to the dynamic disturbance decoupling problem. 18 p.
- 75/96 Dynamic disturbance decoupling for discrete-time nonlinear systems: a solution in terms of generalized controlled invariance. 12 p.
- 76/96 Equivalence of discrete-time nonlinear systems to prime systems. 4 p.
- 77/96 Nonlinear dynamic disturbance decoupling problem with partially measurable disturbances. 2 p.
- 78/96 Inversion algorithm for nonlinear recursive systems. 4 p.
- 78/96 Inversion algorithm for nonlinear recursive systems. 4 p.
- 79/96 Equivalence of discrete-time nonlinear systems to prime systems. 8 p.
- 80/96 On realization of nonlinear systems described by higher-order difference equations. 2 p.
- 81/96 Robust control via convex approximation of the stability region. 6 p.
- 82/96 A sufficient stability condition by Schur invariant transforms. 6 p.
- 83/96 Two-stage control scheme for reactive hybrid system. 6 p.
- 84/96 About the hybrid systems view. 8 p. (In Estonian).
- 85/96 Adaptive estimation scheme for linear interconnected subsystems.7 p.
- 86/96 Integrating methods for the design of real-time systems. 20 p.
- 87/96 Transforming DC implementables into timed automata. 10 p.
- 88/96 Estonian phonetics database: Development and realization.

- 89/97 The discrete-time nonlinear dynamic disturbance decoupling problem with partially mesurable disturbances. 4 p.
- 90/97 Transfer equivalence of nonlinear higher order difference equations. 6 p.
- 91/97 State-space realization of input-output nonlinear difference equations. 6 p.
- 92/97 Inversion algorithm for nonlinear recursive systems. 16 p.
- 93/97 Lowering the orders of input shifts in discrete-time generalized state-space systems. 6 p.
- 94/97 Discrete Kharitonov's theorem revisited. 10 p., 1 p. fig.
- 95/97 Discrete Kharitonov's theorem and robust control. 12 p.
- 96/97 Eesti keele foneetika: uuringud ja rakendused [Estonian fonetics: research and application] : Aruanne 1997 / E.Meister
- 97/97 Restructurization of control scenarios. 5 p.
- 98/97 Subsystem formation in two-level control scheme. 5 p.
- 99/97 Combining conceptual modeling and formal methods to design control systems. 10 p.
- 100/97 Towards effective interpretation of many sorted interval logic formulas. 11 p.
- 101/97 From design formulas to parallel implementations. 10 p.
- 102/97 Comparison of hybrid automata. 4 p.

- 103/98 Modeling of nonlinear control systems using Mathematica: first experiences. 5 p., 32 p. appendixes. (in Estonian).
- 104/98 State-space realization of nonlinear input-output difference equations. 8 p.
- 105/98 On the nice stability and reflection coefficients. 15 p.
- 106/98 On the robustness of the control systems. 7 p. (in Estonian).
- 107/98 Decentralized control of asyclic linear systems. 6 p.

- 108/99 An algorithm for nonclassical LQ-optimal control. 8 p.(in Estonian)
- 109/99 Transfer equivalence and realization of nonlinear higher order input-output difference equations. 29 lk.
- 110/99 Component based development of hybrid control systems. 17 lk.
- 111A/99 A specification language for model checker GRA. 20 lk.
- 111B/99 Design of a model checker GRA. 20 lk.
- 112/99 Theories for verification of hybrid systems in PVS. 25 lk.

- 113/2000 Structural description of holonic information and control systems. 25 p.
- 114A/00 Vain, J. Comparison of models for hybrid dynamical systems, 10 p.
- 114b/00 Vain, J., Kääramees, M. Relating formalism for real time and hybrid systems, 11 p.
- 116/00 Tagamets, M.-A. Towards multi-level brain modeling (activity report 1997). 6 p.

- 121/03 Classical state space realizability of input-output bilinear models. 27 p.
- 122/03 Reducibility and reduction of discrete-time nonlinear control systems: comparison of two approaches. 6 p.
- 123/03
Towards hybrid predictive control. 5p.