control network

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control network

A group of interconnected devices that manage machines, lights, valves, appliances and other physical devices. Control networks are used in countless applications in factories, in the field, in the home or office as well as within buildings, cars, trucks and other vehicles. See home control network and industrial control network.
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This paper focuses on applying the proportion theory to the disjunctive routing patterns, in particular, and formally named proportional information control net that is the formal representation of a corresponding business process model.
Co-N inverter control net centrifugal hydro-extractor.
2 and Newcastle are in control NET PROFIT: Ba puts the Toon Army on their way with his first goal after 27 minutes ON THE WOR-PATH: Ba nets his and Newcastle's second against Rovers
With all the mentalists duly disposed of in the auditions and those who slipped through the quality control net stopped in their tone-deaf tracks at boot camp, it's now time to whittle the remaining numbers down to the final 12 at the judges' houses.
Women age 50 and older control net worth of $19 trillion and own more than three-fourths of the nation's financial wealth
Although the mujahideen had little jamming capability, once they have knocked out the Soviet vehicles with the multiple antennae they usually had disrupted the tactical control net.
The three-day event will look at how PBMs can manage drug utilization and control net drug costs.
This paper specifically uses the Information Control Net (ICN) that is used systematically and formally to formulate a way to describe and incorporate the concept of peer-to-peer orientation and distribution into workflow models.
HACCP has already helped to reduce the likelihood of contaminated food slipping through the quality control net, but this alone does not solve the pathogen detection problem.
Red and blue air checked in for our second event on the prebriefed have-quick control net.
Tidland Corporation will introduce the Ultra-Lightweight air shaft, the lightest weight shaft available, while Fife Corporation will demonstrate new technologies that allow remote access to web guiding equipment via DeviceNet, EtherNet or Control Net communication.

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