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The paper describes the Mathematica-based software for studying nonlinear control systems. The software relies on an algebraic method, called functions' algebra. The advantage of this approach, over well-known linear algebraic and differential geometric methods is that it is applicable to certain non-smooth systems. The drawback is that the computations are more complicated since the approach manipulates directly with the functions related to the system equations and not with the differentialdoi:10.3176/proc.2017.1.06 fatcat:l2yzytlv4vawvh5scsxw6o5ude