bang-bang control


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bang-bang control

[¦baŋ ¦baŋ kən′trōl]
(computer science)
Control of programming in an analog computer through a bang-bang circuit.
(control systems)
A type of automatic control system in which the applied control signals assume either their maximum or minimum values.
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Switching-time computation for bang-bang control laws," American Control Conference, 2001.
Bang-bang control is a command used to eliminate oscillations observed in the evolution of the motor position.
We can see that the Bang-Bang control allowed minimizing overshoot and damping the oscillations.
The book shows that the classical second-order sufficient condition for the induced optimization problem (IOP), together with the strict bang-bang property, ensures second-order sufficient conditions for the bang-bang control problem.
Bang-bang control law for single-input time-invariant plant, Control Theory and Applications, IEEE, Vol.
Switching-time computation for bang-bang control laws, Proceedings of American Control Conference, Vol.
Hysteretic control, also known as bang-bang control or ripple regulator control, maintains the converter output voltage within the hysteretic band centered about the reference voltage.
The third method of control is hysteretic mode control, also called bang-bang control.