control sequence

control sequence

[kən′trōl ‚sē·kwəns]
(computer science)
The order in which a set of executions are carried to perform a specific function.
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Tenders are invited for revise the control sequence for the double delivery multi-zone air handling unit so that the pre-heat coils are used to increase the temperature of the hot deck.
While the primary intent of the coil bypass is to maintain total air turnover and relative humidity in the space with an elevated supply air dry-bulb temperature to minimize reheat, the control sequence must include a number of over-rides to address compliance failure for each of the above parameters in each of the several zones supplied by the air-handling unit.
The control sequence implementation was also tested in a simulated system consisting of off-the-shelf building control hardware.
Copeland, PE/LEED AP, said that's exactly what happened with the patent he and GOCO colleague John Leffler, along with Con Edison's Simkho Zirkiyev, now hold for a control sequence to reduce steam demand.
A teenage Mark Wahlber stars in Shooter computer whizz-kid taps into the Pentagon computer and plays an apparently innocent video war game which is in reality the control sequence for Third World War 1983 ?
However, this methodology brings some difficulties in finding optimal control sequence especially when complex nonlinear model is utilized.
However, in practice, control sequence designers sometimes copy and paste narrative control sequences from different projects.
rat HEV isolate exhibiting 100% nt identity to this positive control sequence was excluded as a contaminant.
Very complex projects favor the matrix approach with a control sequence of operations delineated in each room in the building.
NFAT thus enters the cell nucleus, where it binds to a synthetic control sequence and switches on the target gene the researchers have introduced.
This is how researchers have recently found an interesting control sequence involved in limb development (Wray & Babbitt, 2008).
1) to a fixed point of a nonself asymptotically nonexpansive map on an unbounded domain under a new and more flexible condition on a control sequence and deduce Ishikawa-type convergence and Mann-type convergence results simultaneously as a special case of our results.