learning control

learning control

[′lərn·iŋ kən‚trōl]
(control systems)
A type of automatic control in which the nature of control parameters and algorithms is modified by the actual experience of the system.
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The initiative will ensure that out-of-custody defendants register for programs such as Teens Learning Control (TLC) and Restorative Board.
Power Assistance of an Omnidirectional Hybrid Walker and Wheelchair with Admittance Model and Iterative Learning Control, " Presented at IEEE 13th International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control (AMC) 2014, March 2014, doi: 10.
Once the suitable tracking performance is accomplished through the Iterative Learning Control Strategies, the signals W (error signal) and U (control signal) are attained and exercised to find the optimum PI controller parameters by using recursive least square algorithm (RLS) [4].
Different control strategies have been proposed such as fuzzy logic control (Austin, 2000), neural network control (Hori, 1999), iterative learning control (Mi, 2005), feedback linearization control (Semmeler, 2003), state feedback based linear slip control (Dash 2012), and sliding mode control (Unsl, 1999).
To overcome the difficulties of controller parameters calibration and accurate vehicle dynamic modeling, a vehicle longitudinal control algorithm based on iterative learning control (ILC) is proposed in this paper.
To manage the model uncertainty, the robust optimization approach is introduced to improve the feasibility of the optimized solution and the iterative learning control is then utilized to further refine the model uncertainty.
Various iterative learning control (ILC) strategies and applications have been extensively studied in the last two decades [1-6].
The children in my classes are learning control and skill and the sport is keeping them off the streets.
In the second what aspect category, learning control, homework is seen as a tool with instructional utility, allowing parents to control the level of knowledge content mastered, but also the learning process followed and the difficulties experienced along that instructional path.
Table (4) shows that there were statistically significant differences between the experimental group, and the control group, on the overall score of self-directed learning readiness scale, in favor of the experimental group, and on five subscales: learning powerlessness, affection of learning, learning control, self-confidence for Learning, innovativeness, and information seeking, in favor of the experimental group.
In a learning environment, learning styles, learning goals, knowledge achievement process and learning of the learner are considered and learning control is dedicated to the learner himself [4].
look at the dynamic linearization approach, model-free adaptive control, model-free adaptive predictive control, and model-free adaptive iterative learning control for discrete-time nonlinear systems with single and multiple inputs and outputs, and corresponding stability analysis and typical practical applications.

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