Optimal Control Applications & Methods

(The H4-Index of Optimal Control Applications & Methods is 15. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
A hybrid modified grey wolf optimization‐sine cosine algorithm‐based power system stabilizer parameter tuning in a multimachine power system42
Optimal control problems with Atangana‐Baleanu fractional derivative33
Optimal control and approximate controllability for fractional integrodifferential evolution equations with infinite delay of order r∈(1,2)31
Analysis of moth flame optimization optimized cascade proportional‐integral‐proportional‐derivative controller with filter for automatic generation control system incorporating solar thermal power pla26
Model predictive control of a collaborative manipulator considering dynamic obstacles26
Collocation method for solving nonlinear fractional optimal control problems by using Hermite scaling function with error estimates25
Optimal control analysis of a tuberculosis model with exogenous re‐infection and incomplete treatment22
Stable impulsive zone model predictive control for type 1 diabetic patients based on a long‐term model20
A co‐infection model for oncogenic human papillomavirus and tuberculosis with optimal control and Cost‐Effectiveness Analysis20
PRESAS: Block‐structured preconditioning of iterative solvers within a primal active‐set method for fast model predictive control19
Optimal control results for Sobolev‐type fractional mixed Volterra–Fredholm type integrodifferential equations of order 1 < r < 2 with sectorial operators18
An asymmetric information mean‐field type linear‐quadratic stochastic Stackelberg differential game with one leader and two followers18
A necessary and sufficient condition of optimality for a class of multidimensional control problems18
Optimal control of electrical vehicle incorporated hybrid power system with second order fractional‐active disturbance rejection controller16
Reactive power management by using a modified differential evolution algorithm15