MULTI-OBJECTIVE GAIN-SCHEDULED H ∞ CONTROL OF AN OFFSHORE WIND TURBINE WITH TENSION LEG PLATFORM

Farzaneh Haghjoo, Ehsan Azadi Yazdi, and Mohammad Eghtesad

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