A NEW HYBRID OPTIMAL-BASED ROBUST AND PROPORTIONAL–INTEGRAL–DERIVATIVE CONTROL FOR VIBRATION CONTROL OF A SEISMIC-EXCITED STRUCTURES

Seyed M.H. Baygi, Ali Karsaz, and Javad Faraji

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