IEEE/CAA Journal of Automatica Sinica

Scope

The scope of the IEEE/CAA Journal of Automatica Sinica includes the field of automation. The objective of this journal is high quality and rapid publication of articles, with a strong focus on new trends, original theoretical and experimental research and developments, emerging technologies, and industrial standards in automation. Specifically, the Journal focuses on such areas as automatic control, artificial intelligence and intelligent control, systems theory and engineering, pattern recognition and intelligent systems, automation engineering and applications, information processing and information systems, network based automation, robotics, computer-aided technologies for automation systems, sensing and measurement, navigation, guidance, and control, smart city, smart grid, big data and data mining, internet of things, cyber-physical systems, blockchain, cloud computing for automation, mechatronics.

IEEE/CAA Journal of Automatica Sinica was lunched on January 1, 2014.

Editor-in-Chief

MengChu Zhou
MengChu Zhou
Editor-In-Chief
Ph.D. & Distinguished Professor
Fellow of IEEE, IFAC, AAAS and CAA
Area Coordinator of Intelligent Systems
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Newark, NJ 07102, USA
Tel.: 1-973-596-6282
Fax: 1-973-596-5680

Articles

16 September 2022
Dear Editor, This letter aims to investigate the optimization problem where the decision variable is contained in a closed convex set. By combing the gradient decent-like method with the push-sum algorithm framework, we design the distributed iterative formulas under the condition that the considered graphs sequence is time-varying and unbalanced....
16 September 2022
A discrete predictor-based control method is developed for a class of linear time-invariant networked control systems with a sensor-to-controller time-varying delay and a controller-to-actuator uncertain constant delay, which can be potentially applied to vision-based control systems. The control scheme is composed of a state prediction and a discrete predictor-based controller....
16 September 2022
Presents a listing of the editorial board, board of governors, current staff, committee members, and/or society editors for this issue of the publication....
16 September 2022
In recent visual tracking research, correlation filter (CF) based trackers become popular because of their high speed and considerable accuracy. Previous methods mainly work on the extension of features and the solution of the boundary effect to learn a better correlation filter. However, the related studies are insufficient. By exploring...
16 September 2022
Dear Editor, This letter focuses on modeling the electrode heterogeneity by extending the pseudo-two-dimensional model (P2D) with actual particle-size distributions (PSD). The effects of different particle characterization techniques, including the area-weighted, volume-weighted, and number-based methods on cell dynamics are compared. The model with number-based PSD achieves better rate capability (maximum...

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01 July 2022
This paper addresses the problems of input-to-state stabilization and integral input-to-state stabilization for a class of nonlinear impulsive delayed systems subject to exogenous disturbances. Since the information of plant's states, time delays, and exogenous disturbances is often hard to be obtained, the key design challenge, which we resolve, is the...

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