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controllability

[kən‚trōl·ə′bil· əd·ē]
(aerospace engineering)
The quality of an aircraft or guided weapon which determines the ease of producing changes in flight direction or in altitude by operation of its controls.
(control systems)
Property of a system for which, given any initial state and any desired state, there exists a time interval and an input signal which brings the system from the initial state to the desired state during the time interval.
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One of that kind of characteristics which should be taken into consideration is the required level of safety measures to avoid unreasonable risk defined by MSIL, and another is estimation method of Exposure, Controllability and Severity in order to execute HARA for motorcycle.
The other is that the degeneracy point is allowed to lie even in the interior of the control region, so that no previous result can be adapted to this situation; however, different cases can be handled, and new controllability results are established as a consequence.
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In this paper, we will consider the problem of structural controllability on unconstrained values of admissible controls.
Sport psychology researchers have examined perceived controllability based on different attributions of control.
The helicopter completed its first flight while the test team assessed basic aircraft controllability and landing.
The reason behind the high degree of controllability is the patented design whereby the holding basket and spray jets, which are individually adjustable, rotate in either the same direction or opposite directions.
We extend this literature by investigating whether organizational factors that affect the measurability of managerial performance are associated with perceptions of performance outcome controllability and whether perceived controllability is associated with performance evaluation fairness.
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The group therefore points out that both compliance and controllability should be considered when developing and assessing fisheries management measures and sustainability measures.
Currently in development, the EL 1000 combines power with precise controllability and advanced safety features to address future demands and varying geological conditions.
code in line with ICAO RER 01/901, ensuring higher transparency and controllability of the Chief Civil Aviation Department.

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