Control Systems and Optimization Letters

Control Systems and Optimization Letters is an open-access journal offering authors the opportunity to publish in all fundamental and interdisciplinary areas of control and optimization, rapidly enabling a safe and sustainable interconnected human society.

Control Systems and Optimization Letters accept scientifically sound and technically correct papers and provide valuable new knowledge to the mathematics and engineering communities. Theoretical work, experimental work, or case studies are all welcome. The journal also publishes survey papers. However, survey papers will be considered only with prior approval from the editor-in-chief and should provide additional insights into the topic surveyed rather than a mere compilation of known results. Topics on well-studied modern control and optimization methods, such as linear quadratic regulators, are within the scope of the journal.

Furthermore, topics such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Reinforcement Learning (RL) are welcome.

Journal Title: Control Systems and Optimization Letters
Journal Initial: CSOL
Journal Abbreviations: Control Syst. Optim. Lett.
Scope: See Scope
Business Model: Open Access & Author Pay
Frequency: Three issues a year
Review Type: Single Blind Review
DOI: 10.59247/csol
Online ISSN: 2985-6116
Editor: See Editor
License: CC-BY-SA
Publisher: Peneliti Teknologi Teknik Indonesia
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Sponsorships: Peneliti Teknologi Teknik Indonesia
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Vol 2, No 2 (2024)

The author's country affiliation is Bangladesh.

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(1)  Hossam H. H. Mousa ( 1) Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Aalto University, Espoo FI-00076, Finland. 2) Department of Electrical Engineering, South Valley University, Qena 83523, Egypt )
(2)  Karar Mahmoud ( Aswan University, Egypt )
(3)  Matti Lehtonen ( 1) Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Aalto University, Espoo FI-00076, Finland. 2) Department of Engineering Sciences in the Electrical Field, Constanta Maritime University, Romania, Egypt )
DOI: 10.59247/csol.v2i2.98 | Abstract views: 7 times | PDF View: 12 times