balance control

balance control

[′bal·əns kən′trōl]
(electronics)
A control used in a stereo sound system to vary the volume of one loudspeaker system relative to the other while maintaining their combined volume essentially constant.
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Balance control is an important ability in daily tasks.
Technologies on display include: 1) Honda NeuV, a concept EV commuter equipped with AI technology called an "emotion engine"(1) as well as an automated driving function and 2) Honda Riding Assist, a concept motorcycle that applies Honda's original balance control technology amassed through robotics research.
Therefore, the study on its balance control is paid more and more attention.
They also discuss injury and fatality data, falls among aging workforces, and global strategic goals for prevention and protection; human balance control, vision, lighting, behavior, physics, environments, and tribology; roofing, ladder use, scaffolding, aerial platforms, and fall arrest and rescue; risk recognition, hazard control, training, and practitioners' manuals; prevention applications in construction, health services, wholesale and retail trades, public safety, manufacturing, and homes and community settings; and fall forensics, investigation methods, and case examples.
Contract award notice: Purchased with the delivery and assembly weigher dumplings and balance control with metal detector.
1) The CNS utilizes this multisensory information to correct balance control through coordinated motions among the hip, knee, and ankle joints.
In HVDC systems, the energy of DC side is storage capacitors in amounts of submodules in series, so the DC voltage control of converter not only requires controlling the total DC voltage, but also needs capacitor voltage balance control.
Human balance control is the capacity to maintain one's equilibrium when moving or standing in a certain position, and it is necessary in every activity being performed on a base that is narrower than the base on which the person usually moves as part of daily activities (Eckert, 1979; Pollock, Durward, Rowe & Paul, 2000).
The study noted that previous research has found that wearing high heels can significantly reduce ankle muscle movement, step length, total range of movement and balance control.
The hard drives also feature 3D Active Balance Plus, an enhanced balance control technology.
also feature an enhanced balance control technology, and are capable of
It has been reported that AIS patients have deficits in sensorimotor adaptation and balance control and perceptual impairments.