hierarchical control

hierarchical control

[¦hī·ər¦är·kə·kəl kən′trōl]
(control systems)
The organization of controllers in a large-scale system into two or more levels so that controllers in each level send control signals to controllers in the level below and feedback or sensing signals to controllers in the level above. Also known as control hierarchy.
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It is essential that the tool is easy and intuitive to use and one that supports a hierarchical control function.
Topics of the 12 papers include the interplay between hierarchical control and intrinsic motivation, the role of trust in the negotiation process, the uncertain nature of innovation, the distinction between intra-cultural trust and inter-cultural trust, and the economic theory of the firm.
Consequently, they need strict, hierarchical control mechanisms by engineers and managers.
Bahrain placed the Inspector-General office independent of hierarchical control and founded an ombudsman.
Bahrain placed the Inspector General office independent of hierarchical control and founded an Ombudsman.
Proposed in this chapter is a concept of an advanced hierarchical control system particularly dealing with the structure of the strategic control level for the industrial robots able to deal with assembly as well as robotized machining.
This crowning moment of hierarchical control contrasted with the enduring, and more Oaxacan, devotion to the Virgin of Juquila with its pilgrimages and "mass, unmediated supplication" (p.
This award recognized the team's advanced use of multiple sensor arrays, and commended the hierarchical control code used to run the robot.
Irish Minister for Education and Skills Ruairi Quenn has appointed an expert group to examine the "patronage" system that places most of the country's primary schools under hierarchical control.
He will discuss technology-enhanced learning, human-computer interaction, engineering education, as well as hierarchical control of distributed systems.
The self-control and control in chain are reported near the points of fixed-term and final inspection, in addition with supervisors and hierarchical control (fig.

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