cautious control

cautious control

[′kȯ·shəs kən′trōl]
(control systems)
A control law for a stochastic adaptive control system which hedges and uses lower gain when the estimates are uncertain.
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The absence of any significant effect from continuous monitoring on macrosomia, prematurity, or episodes of severe neonatal hypoglycemia may have resulted from a cautious control approach promoted by the center's staff in an effort to minimize hypoglycemia events.
The report said, "Extremely cautious control is necessary" in reference to the developer as the company's finances were in a "tight" condition due to the extension of a large project.
Best anticipates the fund's underwriting profitability to be underpinned by its stable risk exposure, cautious control of underwriting expense and consistent membership contributions.
Best believes the company's cautious control of underwriting expenses will be one of the main drivers in preserving its underwriting margin.
This improvement was driven predominantly by both favorable claims experience and cautious control on the operating expense.