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  3. Al-Araji, Ahmed S.: An adaptive swing-up sliding mode controller design for a real inverted pendulum system based on culture-bees algorithm (2019)
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  6. Alsmadi, Yazan M.; Abdel-hamed, Alaa M.; Ellissy, Abo Eleyoun; El-Wakeel, Amged S.; Abdelaziz, Almoataz Y.; Utkin, Vadim; Uppal, Ali Arshad: Optimal configuration and energy management scheme of an isolated micro-grid using cuckoo search optimization algorithm (2019)
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  15. Anuar, Nur Syazana; Bachok, Norfifah; Arifin, Norihan Md; Rosali, Haliza: Stagnation point flow and heat transfer over an exponentially stretching/shrinking sheet in CNT with homogeneous-heterogeneous reaction: stability analysis (2019)
  16. Aràndiga, Francesc; Yáñez, Dionisio F.: Third-order accurate monotone cubic Hermite interpolants (2019)
  17. Arangala, Crista: Exploring linear algebra. Labs and projects with MATLAB (2019)
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  19. Asadi, Farzin; Bolanos, Robert E.; Rodriguez, Jorge: Feedback control systems. The MATLAB/Simulink approach (2019)
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