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observability

[əb‚zər·və′bil·əd·ē]
(control systems)
Property of a system for which observation of the output variables at all times is sufficient to determine the initial values of all the state variables.
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Full stack observability and troubleshooting enabled by DTrace provides simple analysis from the database to the OS kernel for real-time database troubleshooting and tuning.
It enables the software and system developers' additional control and observability by extending the familiar IDE debug capabilities to allow for analyzing and visualizing both internal and external busses and interfaces.
Especially high accuracy was observed for this trait, which is particularly hard to judge due to low observability.
In [36], a linear matrix inequality (LMI) approach was introduced to solve the Lyapunov inequalities to compute the controllability and observability Gramians.
Transmission has got the major share compared to the distribution, as the requirements of the observability are easier to determine the distribution systems.
When the mission doesn't require low observability, the F-35 can carry more than 18,000 pounds of ordnance in internal weapon bays and on external hard points, the company noted.
Chapter 4 considers the preservation of structural properties of a class of NCSs, including the controllability and observability of NCSs with Zero-Order-Hold (ZOH) and the stabilizability and detectability of NCSs without ZOH, which helps understand and guarantee the preservation of structural properties of a system (p.
Oracle Solaris provides industry-leading security, performance, scalability and observability for customers' most demanding enterprise applications.
Beginning with an extensive discussion of tuning and performance methodologies and metrics, the work covers topics such as operating system optimization, observability tools, application tuning, hardware analysis and performance optimization, memory testing, operating system specific file system checking, disk performance, networking, and cloud computing tuning.
In the present paper we apply this formalism to define and construct the observable space for the nonlinear control system on a homogeneous time scale and define the observability indices of the system.
The only materialist account of such mental phenomena results in a form of psychophysical reductionism that actually precludes the observability of psychological reality.