noninteracting control

noninteracting control

[¦nän‚in·tər′ak·tiŋ kən′trōl]
(control systems)
A feedback control in a system with more than one input and more than one output, in which feedback transfer functions are selected so that each input influences only one output.
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It is possible that pilots are more likely to process interacting control movements, as opposed to noninteracting control movements, as a single unit in WM.
What these findings suggest is that interacting control movements and noninteracting control movements are processed differently.