Multidimensional Path Tracking With Global Least Squares Solution

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Multidimensional Path Tracking With Global Least Squares Solution. / Handler, Johannes; Harker, Matthew; Rath, Gerhard.

2020. 6267-6272 Paper presented at 21st IFAC World Congress (Virtual), Berlin, Germany.

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Handler, J, Harker, M & Rath, G 2020, 'Multidimensional Path Tracking With Global Least Squares Solution', Paper presented at 21st IFAC World Congress (Virtual), Berlin, Germany, 12/07/20 - 17/07/20 pp. 6267-6272.

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Handler, J., Harker, M., & Rath, G. (2020). Multidimensional Path Tracking With Global Least Squares Solution. 6267-6272. Paper presented at 21st IFAC World Congress (Virtual), Berlin, Germany.

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Handler J, Harker M, Rath G. Multidimensional Path Tracking With Global Least Squares Solution. 2020. Paper presented at 21st IFAC World Congress (Virtual), Berlin, Germany.

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Handler, Johannes ; Harker, Matthew ; Rath, Gerhard. / Multidimensional Path Tracking With Global Least Squares Solution. Paper presented at 21st IFAC World Congress (Virtual), Berlin, Germany.6 p.

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