Aims and scope

Journal of Dynamical and Control Systems presents peer-reviewed survey and original research articles which examine the entire spectrum of issues related to dynamical systems, focusing on the theory of smooth dynamical systems with analyses of measure-theoretical, topological, and bifurcational aspects. The journal covers all essential branches of the theory - local, semilocal, and global - including the theory of foliations. Control systems coverage spotlights the geometric control theory, which unifies Lie-algebraic and differential-geometric methods of investigation in control and optimization, and ultimately relates to the general theory of dynamical systems, in particular, sub-Riemannian geometry is covered. Additional authoritative contributions describe ongoing investigations and innovative solutions to unsolved problems. Detailed reviews of newly published books relevant to future studies in the field are also included. Journal of Dynamical and Control Systems will serve as a highly useful reference for mathematicians, students, and researchers interested in the many facets of dynamical and control systems.

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