Linear Time Logic Control of Discrete-Time Linear Systems

Linear Time Logic Control of Discrete-Time. Linear Systems. Paulo Tabuada, Member, IEEE, and George J. Pappas, Senior Member, IEEE. Abstract—The con...

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