Frederic J. Mowle

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A sequential network is said to be controllable if there exists at least one integer <italic>k</italic> such that it is possible to transition between any pair of arbitrary states (<italic>S</italic><subscrpt>&#945;</subscrpt>, <italic>S</italic><subscrpt>&#946;</subscrpt>) in exactly <italic>k</italic> steps. In this paper, necessary and sufficient(More)
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