conference consists of invited and contributed technical papers on theoretical
and applied issues associated with the: organization, modeling, simulation
and analysis, control, operation and performance-evaluation of systems
(as well as tools for system computations and education). Traditionally,
papers presented at the SSST have focused on system-issues from fields
such as: mathematical theory of systems and signals, control of electro-mechanical
systems, communications, signal processing, navigation, guidance, robotics,
energy and power, electronic devices, computers and networks, optics,
aerospace, chemical processing, manufacturing, etc. However, papers on
system-issues from other fields are also of interest.
encourages well-written, high-quality papers by graduate students based
on Masters thesis and Ph.D. dissertation results as well as papers
by University faculty, researchers
and government/industry personnel from throughout the US and abroad. Papers
presented at the SSST appear in a Proceedings Volume (hard copy and/or CD version),
which is available at the time of the conference.