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D'Andrea R, Bamieh B, Fowler JM, Jovanovic MR.  2008.  On the peaking phenomenon in the control of vehicular platoons. SYSTEMS & CONTROL LETTERS. 57:528-537.
D'Angelo JP, Putinar M.  2012.  HERMITIAN COMPLEXITY OF REAL POLYNOMIAL IDEALS. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICS. 23
D'Angelo JP, Putinar M.  2009.  POLYNOMIAL OPTIMIZATION ON ODD-DIMENSIONAL SPHERES. EMERGING APPLICATIONS OF ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY. 149:1-15.
Dacic DB, Kokotovic PV.  2006.  Path-following for linear systems with unstable zero dynamics. AUTOMATICA. 42:1673-1683.
Dacic DB, Nesic D, Kokotovic PV.  2007.  Path-following for nonlinear systems with unstable zero dynamics. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AUTOMATIC CONTROL. 52:481-487.
Dacic DB, Kokotovic PV, Subbotin MV.  2006.  Control effort reduction in tracking feedback laws. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AUTOMATIC CONTROL. 51:1831-1837.
Dahleh M, D'Alessandro D.  2001.  Optimal control of two-level quantum systems. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AUTOMATIC CONTROL. 46:866-876.
Dahleh M.  1995.  On robust stability and performance with time-varying control. JOURNAL OF DYNAMIC SYSTEMS MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME. 117:635-637.
Dahleh MD.  1996.  A comparison of two vortex methods for large scale geophysical flows. GEOPHYSICAL AND ASTROPHYSICAL FLUID DYNAMICS. 83:33-49.
Dahleh M.  1992.  ON OPTIMALITY AND CONTROLLABILITY OF MOLECULAR-SYSTEMS. 204:37-PHYS.
Daigle, Jr. BJ, Doyle, III FJ, Petzold LR, Yang R.  2012.  Core Module Network Construction for Breast Cancer Metastasis. :5083-5089.
Daigle, Jr. BJ, Zhang Y, Cohen M, Petzold L, Wu TBo.  2016.  Identification of disease states associated with coagulopathy in trauma. BMC MEDICAL INFORMATICS AND DECISION MAKING. 16
Daigle, Jr. BJ, Doyle, III FJ, Petzold LR, Yang R.  2012.  Core module biomarker identification with network exploration for breast cancer metastasis. BMC BIOINFORMATICS. 13
Daigle, Jr. BJ, Gillespie DT, Petzold LR, Roh MK.  2011.  Automated estimation of rare event probabilities in biochemical systems. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS. 134
Daigle, Jr. BJ, Gillespie DT, Petzold LR, Roh MK.  2011.  State-dependent doubly weighted stochastic simulation algorithm for automatic characterization of stochastic biochemical rare events. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS. 135
Daigle, Jr. BJ, Petzold LR, Niemi J, Roh MK.  2012.  Accelerated maximum likelihood parameter estimation for stochastic biochemical systems. BMC BIOINFORMATICS. 13
Daigle, Jr. BJ, Petzold LR, Singh A, Soltani M.  2015.  Inferring single-cell gene expression mechanisms using stochastic simulation. BIOINFORMATICS. 31:1428-1435.
Dandach SHala, Bullo F, Carli R.  2010.  Accuracy and Decision Time for Decentralized Implementations of the Sequential Probability Ratio Test. Proceedings of the American Control Conference. :2390-2395.
Daniele A, Giarre L, Salapaka MV, Dahleh M, Nakata T.  1997.  Robust identification and control of scanning probe microscope scanner. :33-38.
Danz P, Moehlis J.  2007.  Event-based feedback control of nonlinear oscillators using phase response curves. IEEE CONFERENCE ON DECISION AND CONTROL - PROCEEDINGS. :3038-3043.
Danzl P, Moehlis J.  2008.  Spike timing control of oscillatory neuron models using impulsive and quasi-impulsive charge-balanced inputs. PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN CONTROL CONFERENCE. :171-176.
Danzl P, Moehlis J, Netoff T, Stigen T.  2011.  Controlling spike timing and synchrony in oscillatory neurons. JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY. 105:2074-2082.
Danzl P, Moehlis J.  2010.  Weakly coupled parametrically forced oscillator networks: existence, stability, and symmetry of solutions. NONLINEAR DYNAMICS. 59:661-680.
Danzl P, Moehlis J, Netoff T, Stigen T.  2009.  Linear Control of Neuronal Spike Timing Using Phase Response Curves. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference Proceedings. :1541-+.
Danzl P, Van Blarigan L, Moehlis J.  2012.  A broadband vibrational energy harvester. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS. 100

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