Autonomy in Linked Control Systems

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Autonomy in Linked Control Systems

 

the independence of any one of a set of controlled factors from variations in the remaining controlled factors. For satisfaction of the conditions of such autonomy, cross-links are established among the controllers of the system. This makes possible the stabilization of the controlled factors in case of a change in one of them, in spite of the fact that all of the factors are interconnected by the controlled unit.

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