30 Year Anniversary Issue (Vol. 30, No. 3): Editorial by Geir Hovland, Morten Breivik and Rudolf E. Kalman

2009, Vol. 30, No. 3:

1.Stig KvaalHooked on a New Technology: The Automation Pioneers in Post-War Norway”, pp. 87-100
2.Morten Breivik and Gunnar Sand, “Jens Glad Balchen: A Norwegian Pioneer in Engineering Cybernetics”, pp. 101-125
3.Tor A. Johansen and Morten Hovd, “The Department of Engineering Cybernetics at NTNU: From 1994 Into the Future”, pp. 127-132
4.Bernt Lie, David Di Ruscio, Rolf Ergon, Bjørn Glemmestad, Maths Halstensen, Finn Haugen, Saba Mylvaganam, Nils-Olav Skeie and Dietmar Winkler, “Modeling, Identification and Control at Telemark University College”, pp. 133-147
5.Sigurd SkogestadFeedback: Still the Simplest and Best Solution”, pp. 149-155
6.Tor A. Hauge, Rune Løkling and Stanley Haga, “Past, Present and Future of Process Control at Xstrata Nikkelverk”, pp. 157-165
7.Torgny BrogårdhRobot Control Overview: An Industrial Perspective”, pp. 167-180
8.Morten Breivik, Geir Hovland and Pål J. From, “Trends in Research and Publication: Science 2.0 and Open Access”, pp. 181-190

15 Year Anniversary Issue (Vol. 15, No. 3): Editorial by Jens G. Balchen

1994, Vol. 15, No. 3:

1.Karl J. ÅströmThe future of control”, pp. 127-134
2.Pieter EykhoffEvery good regulator of a system must be a model of that system”, pp. 135-139
3.Rudolf E. KalmanRandomness reexamined”, pp. 141-151
4.Lennart LjungSystem Identification in a MIC perspective”, pp. 153-159
5.Manfred MorariThe Past and the Next Fifteen Years”, pp. 161-164
6.Nihoul Jacques C.JModeling sustainable development”, pp. 165-169
7.John D. PerkinsTrends in process systems engineering”, pp. 171-177
8.Dale E. SeborgA perspective on advanced strategies for process control”, pp. 179-189
9.Lotfi A. ZadehThe role of fuzzy logic in modeling, identification and control”, pp. 191-203