inverse problem

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inverse problem

[′in‚vərs ′präb·ləm]
(control systems)
The problem of determining, for a given feedback control law, the performance criteria for which it is optimal.
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In this paper, a novel method is presented to achieve the decoupling control of SHAPF; generalized inverse theory is applied to the system so that we can configure the pole parameters to adjust the dynamic performance of the system.
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The delayed and simultaneous components of the measurements can be separately identified using a method based on Linear Inverse Theory (Menke 1989, Scales et al.
Linear inverse theory may be employed in extracting the surface height profiles from the raw sensor data.
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This split provides further proof of the Riddell inverse theory of marriage.
The delayed and simultaneous components of the measurements can be separated using a method based on linear inverse theory (Menke 1989, Scales et al.
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It uses multiple sensors and a mathematical solution using inverse theory to separate the surface profiles from rigid body motions.