switching surface

switching surface

[′swich·iŋ ‚sər·fəs]
(control systems)
In feedback control systems employing bang-bang control laws, the surface in state space which separates a region of maximum control effort from one of minimum control effort.
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Another switching surface for the same reason is Snaafy, trained by Musabah Al Muhairi and ridden by Hills who said: "He proved he is as good on turf last time but his form last year was on dirt so we need to get a race into him on Tapeta so we can decide his main target.
s is called the switching function because the control action switches its sign on the two sides of the switching surface s=o.
It is designed to be intuitively understood and provides easy and convenient operation: the roof can be opened and closed at a touch and both the roof and sunshade can be opened and closed by quickly swiping a hand across the entire switching surface.
Songlark is dropping back in trip and switching surface after finishing a half-length runner-up to Victory Moon in the 10-furlong Group Two UAE Derby on dirt at Nad Al Sheba in March.
All of Displaytech's products employ the fast switching surface stabilized FLC technology developed by CU physics professor Noel Clark, also a member of the company's board of directors.
Aveiro, switching surface after a sequence of consistent efforts on the all-weather, and Great As Gold, vastly improved over hurdles this winter, are the subjects of optimistic reports from connections.
He just did not really fire so we are stepping him up in trip and switching surfaces to hopefully see him back to form.
Clijsters had ended American Venus Williams s 15-match winning streak with a 6-2 6-1 victory on hard court in Miami last week before flying across the Atlantic and switching surfaces for the tournament in southern Spain.
Trained by Luca Cumani, he is not only switching surfaces but is reunited with Ryan Moore, for whom he is a Group 1 winner and was third in last year's Dubai Duty Free.
The four-year-old had put in a couple of good efforts on the turf before switching surfaces and he took to the all-weather in great style, beating Sand Repeal by a length and a quarter.
Indeed, the probems associated with switching surfaces just don't apply to Nadal, as he showed again when moving to clay for Spain's Davis Cup clash with Slovakia in February and thrashing Novak Djokovic.
There was nothing wrong with his eight-length romp in a good speed figure last time, but I'm prejudiced against wide-margin Southwell winners switching surfaces, and horses running quickly under penalties to avoid ratings hikes.