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control theory

A science that deals with monitoring and controlling processes. The three categories are adaptive control, predictive control, PID and model-based control. See PID.
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* a metric to quantify closed-loop non-linearity or the uncertainty.
The closed-loop controlled administration of propofol has been used to provide sedation (5) as well as to anaesthetise patients during surgery (6) with reasonably good success.
Injection unit: Hydraulic, reciprocating screw, closed-loop injection speed regulation
This suggests that closed-loop process control could enhance quality during the transition to Pb-free manufacturing.
This fully automated, sterile closed-loop system is designed to offer enhanced benefits for other aspects of the Isolagen Process.
The difference in orientation between the traditional robot and the one at ATR is significant because with the closed-loop learning system the robots can adapt to their environment.
The Blue Pumpkin Workforce Optimization Suite applications form a closed-loop system and include Planner, Director-Enterprise, Activity Manager, Advisor and other products.
Combining data services, campaign management, tracking, and breakthrough creative, Grafica.eCRM is the only company leveraging the full potential of eCRM by bringing ad agency strategic thinking to bear on data collected and analyzed using eCRM software in a closed-loop, media-agnostic ecosystem.
The AlphaStep system combines a specially-designed stepper motor and driver to provide closed-loop performance.
The increased shunt resistance will result in smaller closed-loop voltage-gain and higher loop gain [5].
Tymac Controls' 9000 system offers a range of capabilities from portable, single-machine to plant-wide monitoring with closed-loop process control, management reporting and imaging.
A properly designed closed-loop cooling system using a water chiller can cut water usage to virtually zero and, at the same time, provide important benefits to tooling and workpieces.

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