adaptive structure

adaptive structure

[ə‚dap·tiv ′strək·chər]
(engineering)
A structure whose geometric and inherent structural characteristics can be changed beneficially in response to external stimulation by either remote commands or automatic means.
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The main goal of this study is to improve the conventional FOC by an adaptive structure from the line control to a bandwidth control to reduce the electrical and mechanical oscillations.
A similar adaptive structure in which the processing is carried out entirely in the analog domain is proposed instead of using a digital architecture based on DSP This solution supposes great robustness and circuit simplicity, but in its basic version does not allow a precise estimate of the parameters a and b.
Limited mobility, which reduces interdemic gene flow is considered vital to the evolution of local adaptive structure, in scale populations and in other non-dispersive insects (reviewed in Boecklen and Mopper 1998).
Our on-demand SaaS commerce platform provides the innovation and adaptive structure to help companies and their communities thrive everywhere.
This paper proposes a BPSK signal receiver where the reception is performed using a new complex adaptive structure with remodulation.
The current research aims to investigate the interaction process of a mini pipe and rigid U-shaped link which serves as a structural unit (or brick) for constructing the adaptive structure "Smart Stick" both at the stage of mini pipe insertion and the operation stage when the mini pipe is inflated using external pressure source.
The simplest adaptive structure arises when LMS is used to update the coefficients with [y.
The Smart Ski is among the first mainstream consumer products to benefit from the use of piezoelectric smart materials in a large-scale adaptive structure.
Equipped with sensors and actuators, an adaptive structure can purposefully vary its geometric configuration as well as its physical properties.
Thanks to the very flexible and adaptive structure of the SEDA, this does not place any further obligations on us to draw down on it.
Compatible with the widely deployed Alien Reader Protocol, the Enterprise RFID Platform meets all present performance, management and EPC protocol requirements--including reading Class 1, Class I Gen 2 , Class 0 and Class 0+ tags--while providing an adaptive structure for meeting future customer, industry and regulatory requirements as they evolve in the future.
The result of three years of Research & Development, Frictionless DNA enables "on the fly" changes, the ability to manage a variety of processes across multiple business units, and a highly adaptive structure that can be modified after deployment as requirements change.

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