The V AMMCS International Conference
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada | August 18-23, 2019
Minisymposium (ID: SS-RPHCS)
Recent Progress in Hybrid and Complex Systems
Xinzhi Liu (University of Waterloo), Peter Stechlinski (University of Maine) Mohamad Alwan (University of Saskatchewan)
There have been a rapid development in the theory and applications of hybrid and complex systems in recent years. This session will present the state of the art of the recent advances in analysis, modeling and numerical simulations of hybrid and complex systems. Topics include but are not limited to switched systems, impulsive systems, multi-agent systems, non-smooth systems, stochastic systems, neural networks, synchronization, bifurcation and chaos, system control and optimization.
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