Hierarchical and distributed computer control the proceedings of the 3rd annual Advanced Control Conference by Advanced Control Conference Purdue University 1976.

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Other titlesControl engineering.
StatementK. Mehlhope.
ContributionsMehlhope, K., Purdue Laboratory for Applied Industrial Control.
LC ClassificationsTJ212 .A36 1976
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Pagination p. cm.
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Open LibraryOL4893897M
LC Control Number76026978

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