intelligent controller


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intelligent controller

[in′tel·ə·jənt kən′trō·lər]
(computer science)
A peripheral control unit whose operation is controlled by a built-in microprocessor.

intelligent controller

A peripheral control unit that uses a built-in microprocessor for controlling its operation. See microprocessor.
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Amiri Zadeh, "Applying brain emotional learning based intelligent controller (BELBIC) to multiple-area power systems," Asian Journal of Control, vol.
Kumar, "Performance comparison of Brain Emotional Learning-Based Intelligent Controller (BELBIC) and PI controller for Continually Stirred Tank Heater (CSTH)," in Computational Advancement in Communication Circuits and Systems, pp.
Lucas, "Emotional learning based intelligent controller for a PWR nuclear reactor core during load following operation", .Annals of Nuclear Energy, Vol.
The 64 GB and 48 GB SDXC memory cards, along with other Panasonic Gold line memory cards, provide longer lifetime, thanks to the adoption of Panasonic's newly-developed super intelligent controller, which evolves the current super intelligent controller used in the Silver line memory cards.
Honeywell of Louisville, Kentucky, has introduced the PW-6000 Intelligent Controller, an advanced hardware architecture capable of providing access control solutions for large enterprise applications.
One example of the strong partnership between ARL and ONR is the development of the Torpedo Intelligent Controller. TIC is a software architecture aimed at enhancing the adaptability and performance of torpedo guidance systems.
Certain products integrate disk drives in the intelligent controller while others use external arrays.
Both models also feature "a powerful intelligent controller (IC300) that maximizes screening performance," according to the company.
Adding internal control sequencing te the PDU (i.e., an intelligent controller) can also reduce the need for frequent access to the system rack.
The Winstar uses Wasino's Numerical Intelligent Controller, which features conversational programming, and canned cycles that can be created interactively without programming knowledge.
Two versions are offered, one with an addressable controller, the other functioning as an independent, intelligent controller.
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