control hierarchy

control hierarchy

[kən′trōl ′hī·ər‚är·kē]
(control systems)
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Instead of working toward progress by establishing a hazards control hierarchy, administrative controls that will change the way people work, the inefficient pronouncements made by the LGUs (including the weak forecasts of Pagasa), continues to make this nation what it is today.
The smart sensor reduces the raw data processing burden on machine controllers which can otherwise cause bottlenecks and slow data transmission through a typical centralised control hierarchy.
The control plane of the SD-ATN includes three control hierarchies: swarm control hierarchy, platform control hierarchy, and device control hierarchy.
While a rigid command and control hierarchy may be the best approach for commanding troops on the battlefield, it is a fundamentally flawed model for leading knowledge workers in the 21st century.
During the last two weeks the Birmingham Mail has exclusively revealed, through this column, the growth of White Collar promotions, which is causing consternation for the Boxing Board of Control hierarchy.
One step up in the control hierarchy, path planning determines how to generate a path that the UAV should follow to accomplish a goal-image an area, say, or patrol a border.
IEEE 1149.7 Control Levels Control Level Overloaded Function DR-Scan Path 0-1 None System 2 Commands Chip-Level Bypass Bit 3 None (reserved) Reserved 4-5 Auxiliary Scan Paths User-Defined 6-7 DTS utilizes these levels User-Defined With the availability of control levels, a control hierarchy can be constructed with commands and registers.
The master drive would communicate diagnostics, process-related information, and overall control signal information back to up the control hierarchy to a controller through fieldbus and to a human/machine interface (HMI) through Ethernet.
Second is the application to provide a visualization of dimensional metrology knowledge within a control hierarchy of the inspection process.
However, decentralized decisionmaking also has high potential to disrupt the command and control hierarchy of the military, jeopardizing mission goals.
While the standard control hierarchy mentioned above fits just about any computer-controlled instrument situation, it misses details that separate the efforts of ODAA and IVIF.