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Holman KL, Swanda AP, Sweerus N, SEBORG DE.  1997.  Dynamic models of the causticizing process. TAPPI JOURNAL. 80:123-134.
Holman KL, Sweerus NG, Swanda AP, SEBORG DE.  2000.  Performance evaluation of two simple causticizing control systems. TAPPI JOURNAL. 83:73-74.
Holliday J, Agrawal D, A Abbadi E.  2002.  Disconnection modes for mobile databases. WIRELESS NETWORKS. 8:391-402.
Holliday J, Agrawal D, A Abbadi E.  1999.  The performance of database replication with group multicast. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON FAULT-TOLERANT COMPUTING. :158-165.
Holliday J, Agrawal D, A Abbadi E.  2000.  Planned disconnections for mobile databases. :165-169.
Holliday J, Agrawal D, A Abbadi E.  2000.  Database replication using epidemic communication. EURO-PAR 2000 PARALLEL PROCESSING, PROCEEDINGS. 1900:427-434.
Hinshaw L, McCrady-Spitzer SK, Schiavon M, Kovatchev B, Dadlani V, Patek S, Doyle, III FJ, Brown SA, McElwee-Malloy M, Wakeman CA et al..  2015.  Adjustment of Open-Loop Settings to Improve Closed-Loop Results in Type 1 Diabetes: A Multicenter Randomized Trial. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & METABOLISM. 100:3878-3886.
Hespanha JP, Xu YG.  2004.  Optimal communication logics in networked control systems. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. :3527-3532.
Hespanha JP, Hirata K.  2010.  L-2-induced Gains of Switched Systems and Classes of Switching Signals. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. :438-442.
Hespanha JP, Safaei FRPour, Roh K, Proulx SR.  2014.  Quadratic control of stochastic hybrid systems with renewal transitions. AUTOMATICA. 50:2822-2834.
Hespanha JP, Mesquita AR, Nair GN.  2012.  Redundant data transmission in control/estimation over lossy networks. AUTOMATICA. 48:1612-1620.
Hespanha JP, Silvestre D, Silvestre C, Rosa P.  2015.  Finite-time Convergence Policies in State-dependent Social Networks. Proceedings of the American Control Conference. :1041-1046.
Hespanha JP, Liberzon D, Pearson J.  2017.  Control With Minimal Cost-Per-Symbol Encoding and Quasi-Optimality of Event-Based Encoders. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AUTOMATIC CONTROL. 62:2286-2301.
Hespanha J, Sinopoli B, Mo Y.  2012.  Robust Detection in the Presence of Integrity Attacks. Proceedings of the American Control Conference. :3541-3546.
Hespanha JP, Russell WJoshua, Klein DJ.  2010.  Optimal Estimation on the Graph Cycle Space. Proceedings of the American Control Conference. :1918-1924.
Hespanha JP, Riehl JR.  2007.  Cooperative graph search using fractal decomposition. Proceedings of the American Control Conference. :3838-3843.
Hespanha JP, Isaacs JT, Ezal KO.  2016.  Local Carrier-Based Precision Approach and Landing System. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. :6284-6290.
Hespanha JP, Copp DA.  2016.  Conditions for Saddle-Point Equilibria in Output-Feedback MPC with MHE. Proceedings of the American Control Conference. :13-19.
Hespanha JP, Vamvoudakis KG, Mo Y, Sinopoli B.  2014.  Detection in Adversarial Environments. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AUTOMATIC CONTROL. 59:3209-3223.
Hespanha JP, Safaei FRPour, Roh K, Proulx SR.  2013.  EVOLUTION OF TRANSCRIPTION NETWORKS IN RESPONSE TO TEMPORAL FLUCTUATIONS. EVOLUTION. 67:1091-1104.
Hespanha JP.  2001.  Extending LaSalle's Invariance Principle to switched linear systems. IEEE CONFERENCE ON DECISION AND CONTROL - PROCEEDINGS. :2496-2501.
Hespanha JP, Quintero SAP, Collins GE.  2013.  Flocking with Fixed-Wing UAVs for Distributed Sensing: A Stochastic Optimal Control Approach. Proceedings of the American Control Conference. :2025-2031.
Hespanha JP, Silvestre D, Silvestre C, Rosa P.  2017.  Fault detection for LPV systems using Set-Valued Observers: A coprime factorization approach. SYSTEMS & CONTROL LETTERS. 106:32-39.
Hespanha JP, Boling JM, Seborg DE.  2007.  Multi-model adaptive control of a simulated pH neutralization process. CONTROL ENGINEERING PRACTICE. 15:663-672.
Hespanha JP, Hirata K, Uchida K.  2015.  Real-time Pricing and Distributed Decision Makings Leading to Optimal Power Flow of Power Grids. Proceedings of the American Control Conference. :2284-2291.

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