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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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.