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Author
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Papp István
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2019-12-10T09:09:28Z
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2019-12-10T09:09:28Z
Release
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2017
Issn
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2498-5392
uri
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http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12944/14605
Abstract
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Recently, aerospace (flight) engineers, having more solid mathematical backgrounds, have become familiar with the newest results in control theory and are able not only to formulate control problems but also solve them without attracting the attention of control experts. Moreover, they try to apply new results in control theory to specific aerospace and missile guidance problems. As a result, control theory is losing its biggest supplier and, to a certain degree, this slows down its progress.hu_HU
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enhu_HU
Keywords
dc.subject
mathematicalhu_HU
Keywords
dc.subject
controlhu_HU
Keywords
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missilehu_HU
Keywords
dc.subject
equations of motionhu_HU
Title
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Missile Mathematical Model and System Designhu_HU
Type
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Folyóiratcikkhu_HU
Version
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kiadóihu_HU
Doi ID
dc.identifier.doi
10.32565/aarms.2017.1.3

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AARMShu_HU

dc.identifier.journalVolume
16hu_HU

dc.identifier.page
29-35hu_HU

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1hu_HU


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