60 Years from Birth of Academician F.G. Filip
AbstractDr. Filip has shown himself to be a very innovative and productive researcher whose papers are equivalent in quality and cutting-edge findings to those from the best research organizations of the world. Witness his publications in Automatica, Computers in Industry and other leading journals in the field. The establishment of Dr. Filip’s stature as an internationally recognized researcher in his field and the acceptance of his work are shown by the large number of international conferences where he has served as session chairman and/or program committee member and many invited seminars he has presented in other countries...
 Filip. F.G. (2004). Decision Support Systems, Ed Tehnica, Bucharest.
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 Filip F.G. (coordinator) (2001). Informational Society - Knowledge Society. Ed. Expert, Bucuresti.
 Filip F.G., Boldur B. (1999). Industrial informatics: new paradigms and applications, Ed. Tehnica.
 Filip F.G. (1998). Optimization models with sparse matrices and relatively constant parameters. Systems Analysis Modeling and Simulation, 33, 407-430.
 Filip F.G., Alexandru A. and Socol I. (1997). Technology management and international cooperation: several success stories. J. Human Systems Management, 16, 223-229.
 Filip F.G., Neagu G. and Donciulescu D. (1996). DSSfM: from technology to decision making. In Proceedings 14th IFAC World Congress, San Francisco Vol B, 367-372.
 Filip F.G. (1995). IT culture dissemination in Romania: experiments and achievements. In A. Inzelt and R. Coenen (Eds.) Knowledge Technology Transfer and Forecasting, Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, 149 - 160.
 Filip F.G. (1995). Towards more humanized DSS. In: L.M. Camarinha Matos and H. Afsarmanesh (Eds.) Balanced Automation Systems: Architectures and Design Methods. Chapman & Hall, London, 230 - 240.
 Filip F.G. (1994). Evolutions in systems analysis, modeling and simulation in Computer based industrial automation, Systems Analysis, Modeling and Simulation, 15, 135 - 149.
 Filip F.G. and Neagu G. (1993). CIM in continuous and discrete manufacturing: object-oriented generic modeling, IFAC J.Control Eng. Practice, 1(5), 815 - 825.
 Filip F.G. (1992). System analysis and expert systems techniques for operative decision-making. In: A. Sydow (Ed.), Computational Systems Analysis: Topics and Trends, ELSEVIER, Amsterdam, 285 - 304.
 Filip F.G. (1988), Operative decision-making in the process industry. In: Preprints, 12th IMACS World Congress, Paris, vol.4, 523 - 525.
 Guran M. and Filip F.G. (1986). Hierarchical and Real Time Systems with distributed data processing. Ed Tehnica, Bucuresti.
 Filip F.G. and Donciulescu D.A. (1983). On on-line direct dynamic coordination method in process industry, IFAC J. Automatica, 19(1), (Pergamon Press, Oxford), 317 - 320.
 Filip F.G., Neagu G. and Donciulescu D. (1983). Job shop scheduling optimization in real time production control. Computers in Industry, 4(4) (North Holland, Amsterdam), 395 - 403.
 Filip F.G., Donciulescu D., Muratcea M., Oraseanu L. and Predoiu D. (1980). Hierarchical control of large-scale chemical and metallurgical systems. In A. Titli and M. G. Singh (Eds.). Large Scale Systems: Theory and Application. Pergamon Press, Oxford, 563 - 575.
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