continuous control

continuous control

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs kən′trōl]
(control systems)
Automatic control in which the controlled quantity is measured continuously and corrections are a continuous function of the deviation.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Additionally, Israel's continuous control over the ICT infrastructure has enabled Israel to monitor all Palestinian online activity, violating their right to privacy and in many cases cooperating with social media companies to censor Palestinians online, a violation of their right to freedom of expression.
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Unrivalled simple and fast maintenance further enhances efficiency, while also enhanced is highly sensitive, continuous control of hoisting and lowering speeds for which the Mini is known worldwide.
JDN says not only is the hoist optimised for outstanding overall efficiency, but the new Mini is also available around the clock (365/24/7) and unrivalled simple and fast maintenance further enhances efficiency, while also enhanced is highly sensitive, continuous control of hoisting and lowering speeds for which the Mini is known worldwide.
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This will be supported by moderate growth in taxes and continuous control over operating spending.
He explained that the economic growth would be spurred based on six principles: freeing the private sector from political reins, policy implementation transparency, nondiscrimination and equal treatment of both domestic and foreign investors, good coordination in the implementation of policies, policy efficiency and effectiveness, and continuous control and measurement of results.
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