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Title: Multibody System Mechanics: Modelling, Stability, Control, and Robustness by V. A. Konoplev and A. Cheremensky
Authors: Konoplev, V.
Cheremensky, A.
Keywords: Stability
Multibody Systems
Computer-Aided Mathematical Formalism
System Design
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Citation: Serdica Mathematical Journal, Vol. 28, No 1, (2002), 91p-93p
Abstract: The Union of Bulgarian Mathematicians starts a new series of publica- tions: Mathematics and Its Applications. The first issue of the series is “Multi- body System Mechanics: Modelling, Stability, Control and Robustness”. The authors are well known mathematicians with various published books and articles. Professor Vladimir Konoplev works in the Institute of Problems of Mechanical Engineering, Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg, Russia), while Professor Alexander Cheremensky works in the Institute of Mechanics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Sofia, Bulgaria). The book contains results of the development of a new computer-aided mathematical formalism of the multibody system mechanics which may be easily implemented by the use of computer algebra tools for symbolic computations and of standard software for numerical ones.
Description: BOOK REVIEWS Multibody System Mechanics: Modelling, Stability, Control, and Ro- bustness, by V. A. Konoplev and A. Cheremensky, Mathematics and its Appli- cations Vol. 1, Union of Bulgarian Mathematicians, Sofia, 2001, XXII + 288 pp., $ 65.00, ISBN 954-8880-09-01
ISSN: 1310-6600
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