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Ingalls, Brian - Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo
Conservation Analysis in Biochemical Networks: Computational Issues for Software Writers
"Metabolic Control Analysis" from a Control Theoretic Perspective
USING THE LINEAR NOISE APPROXIMATION TO CHARACTERIZE MOLECULAR NOISE IN
Multiplicative colored noise in linearized models of biochemical reaction networks
Detectability of Nonlinear Systems under Singular Perturbations Leonard P. Vu Brian P. Ingalls
Brian P. Ingalls Control and Dynamical Systems
Remarks on input to output stability Brian Ingalls and Eduardo D. Sontag \Lambda
ON INPUTTOOUTPUT STABILITY FOR SYSTEMS NOT UNIFORMLY BOUNDED
Introduction The application of mathematics to air traffic management is a relatively novel
A Frequency Domain Approach to Sensitivity Analysis of Biochemical Networks
Measurement to Error Stability: a Notion of Partial Detectability for Nonlinear Systems
An Extended Model for Pairwise Conflict Resolution in Air Traffic Management
A SmallGain Theorem with Applications to Input/Output Systems, Incremental Stability, Detectability, and
Sensitivity analysis of autonomous oscillations: application to biochemical systems
IntegralInputOutput to State Stability Brian Ingalls \Lambda
A Relaxation Theorem for Di erential Inclusions with Applications to Stability Properties
Discussion on: "The Non-Uniform in Time Small-Gain Theorem for a Wide Class of Control Systems with Outputs"
Generalizations of Asymptotic Gain Characterizations of ISS to InputtoOutput Stability
Sensitivity Analysis of Stoichiometric Networks: An Extension of Metabolic Control Analysis to Non-Steady State Trajectories
An InfiniteTime Relaxation Theorem for Differential Inclusions Brian Ingalls and Eduardo D. Sontag \Lambda
Asymptotic Characterizations of IOSS D. Angeli 1 B. Ingalls 2 E.D. Sontag 3 Y. Wang 4
Autonomously Oscillating Biochemical Systems: Parametric Sensitivity of Extrema and Period