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Author: Dag Ljungquist

 Total number of MIC articles   6
 Total number of DOI citations  15
 Total number of DOI excluding self-citations  14
 Average citations per article  2.50
 Average excluding self-citations  2.33
 Years 1989 - 1998 

MIC: Dag Ljungquist

6. Tormod Drengstig, Dag Ljungquist and Bjarne A. Foss, “On the AlF3 and temperature control of an aluminium electrolysis cell”, 1998-1-3
  [1] Hongliang Zhang, Tianshuang Li, Jie Li, Shuai Yang and Zhong Zou (2016), doi:10.1007/s11837-016-2150-4
  [2] F. J. Stevens McFadden, P.C. Austin and B.J. Welch (2001), doi:10.1016/S1474-6670(17)33223-8
5. Dag Ljungquist and Jens G. Balchen, “Recursive prediction error methods for online estimation in nonlinear state-space models”, 1994-2-4
  [1] Jens G. Balchen (2000), doi:10.4173/mic.2000.1.1
  [2] C. Bohn and H. Unbehauen (2001), doi:10.1049/ip-cta:20010235
  [3] Remko Baur, Qi Zhao, Jan Peter Blath, Franz Kallage, Matthias Schultalbers and Christian Bohn (2014), doi:10.1109/CCA.2014.6981603
  [4] A. Tarasow, C. Bohn, M. Vinaske, G. Wachsmuth and R. Serway (2010), doi:10.3182/20100712-3-DE-2013.00169
  [5] Tomá Polóni, Arnfinn Aas Eielsen, Boris Rohal -Ilkiv and Tor Arne Johansen (2013), doi:10.1115/1.4024008
4. Dag Ljungquist, Stig Strand and Jens G. Balchen, “Catalytic cracking models developed for predictive control purposes”, 1993-2-2
  [1] S.H. Yang, X.Z. Wang, C. McGreavy (Fellow) and Q.H. Chen (1998), doi:10.1205/026387698525126
3. Jens G. Balchen, Dag Ljungquist and Stig Strand, “State-space predictive control”, 1992-2-2
  [1] David Di Ruscio (2013), doi:10.4173/mic.2013.3.2
  [2] J.A. Sřrlie (1994), doi:10.1016/S1474-6670(17)47800-1
2. Jens G. Balchen, Dag Ljungquist and Stig Strand, “Predictive Control Based upon State Space Models”, 1989-2-1
  [1] MICHAEL A. HENSON and DALE E. SEBORG (1993), doi:10.1080/00207179308923043
1. Jens G. Balchen, Dag Ljungquist and Stig Strand, “State Space Model Predictive Control of a Multi Stage Electro-metallurgical Process”, 1989-1-3
  [1] N.L. Ricker and J.H. Lee (1995), doi:10.1016/0098-1354(94)00105-W
  [2] Jens G. Balchen, Dag Ljungquist and Stig Strand (1989), doi:10.4173/mic.1989.2.1
  [3] S. Strand and J.G. Balchen (1991), doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-041263-4.50076-2
  [4] S. Strand and J.G. Balchen (1990), doi:10.1016/S1474-6670(17)51955-2


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May 2016: MIC reaches 2000 DOI Forward Links. The first 1000 took 34 years, the next 1000 took 2.5 years.

July 2015: MIC's new impact factor is now 0.778. The number of papers published in 2014 was 21 compared to 15 in 2013, which partially explains the small decrease in impact factor.

Aug 2014: For the 3rd year in a row MIC's impact factor increases. It is now 0.826.

Dec 2013: New database-driven web-design enabling extended statistics. Article number 500 is published and MIC reaches 1000 DOI Forward Links.

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July 2011: MIC passes 1000 ISI Web of Science citations.

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Oct 2009: MIC is now fully updated in ISI Web of Knowledge.