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    JOURNAL OF DYNAMICAL AND CONTROL SYSTEMS《動力與控制系統雜志》 (官網投稿)

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    • 期刊簡稱J DYN CONTROL SYST
    • 參考譯名《動力與控制系統雜志》
    • 核心類別 SCI期刊(2019), SCIE期刊(2019), 外文期刊,
    • IF影響因子1.093 (2019);0.974 (2019)五年
    • 自引率4.20%
    • 主要研究方向數學-MATHEMATICS, APPLIED應用數學;AUTOMATION & CONTROL SYSTEMS自動化與控制系統

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    Instructions for Authors

    Editorial Statement for JDCS

    Journal of Dynamical and Control Systems has a constantly growing number of submissions and a big backlog. In order to make the backlog smaller and to further improve the quality of the journal, the Editorial Board has decided to be more selective. Originality, correctness and satisfactory presentation of the results will not be sufficient for publication with JDCS if the author does not suggests new ideas and uses only standard methods already proved to be efficient. Editors of JDCS will adhere to these guidelines when taking decisions on accepting/rejecting manuscripts.

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    Book

    Blenkinsopp A, Paxton P. Symptoms in the pharmacy: a guide to the management of common illness. 3rd ed. Oxford: Blackwell Science; 1998.

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    Editors

     

     

    Editor-in-Chief:

     

    Andrei A. Agrachev

    Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, Russia

    SISSA, Trieste, Italy

    agrachev@sissa.it

     

    Revaz V. Gamkrelidze

    Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, Russia

    gam@ipsun.ras.ru

     

    Communicating Editors:

     

    Ugo Boscain, Ecole Polytechnique,  France, ugo.boscain@polytechnique.edu

    Andrei Fursikov, Moscow State University, Russia, fursikov@mtu-net.ru

    Nicola Garofalo,  Purdue University, USA, garofalo@math.purdue.edu

    Jean-Paul Gauthier, University of Toulon, France, jean-paul.gauthier@univ-tln.fr

    Yulii Ilyashenko, Independent University of Moscow, Russia, Cornell University, USA, yulijs@gmail.com

     

    Managing Editor:

     

    Yuri  Sachkov, Russia, sachkov@sys.botik.ru

     

    Editorial Board:

     

    José Ferreira Alves, Portugal, jfalves@fc.upNaN

    Fabrice Baudoin, USA, fbaudoin@purdue.edu

    Oliver Butterley, Italy, butterley@mat.uniroma2.it

    Thomas Chambrion, France, Thomas.Chambrion@u-bourgogne.fr

    Aleksey Davydov, Russia, davydov@vlsu.ru

    Andrey Dymov, Russia, adymov88@gmail.com

    Alexey Glutsyuk, France, aglutsyu@ens-lyon.fr

    Luiz San Martin, Brazil, smartin@ime.unicamp.br

    Andrea Mondino, UK, Andrea.Mondino@maths.ox.ac.uk

    Khai T. Nguyen, USA, ktn2@psu.edu

    Luca Rizzi, France, luca.rizzi@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

    Andrey V. Sarychev, Italy, asarychev@unifi.it

    Armen Shirikyan , France, Armen.Shirikyan@u-cergy.fr

    Mario Sigalotti, France, Mario.Sigalotti@inria.fr

    Vladlen Timorin, Russia,  vtimorin@hotmail.com

    Jean-Claude Vivalda,  France,  jean-claude.vivalda@inria.fr

     

    Contact the journal

    Submission-related enquiries

    Queries about submission issues, peer review process, or the status of your manuscript should be sent to Lorelie Protacio (Lorelie.Protacio@springer.com).

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    Queries about accepted manuscripts in production or post-publication corrections should be sent to Elma Kadile (elma.kadile@springernature.com).

    Other editorial enquiries

    Any other queries about the journal or presubmission enquiries should be sent to Daniel Johnson (Daniel.Johnson@springernature.com).


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