self-tuning regulator


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self-tuning regulator

[¦self ¦tün·iŋ ′reg·yə‚lād·ər]
(control systems)
A type of adaptive control system composed of two loops, an inner loop which consists of the process and an ordinary linear feedback regulator, and an outer loop which is composed of a recursive parameter estimator and a design calculation, and which adjusts the parameters of the regulator. Abbreviated STR.
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There are three principal types of adaptive controllers used today [29-32]: gain scheduling, model-reference adaptive system (MRAS), and self-tuning regulator (STR).
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75) was required for the self-tuning regulator to function in an acceptable manner.