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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The Sylvester matrix equation (1) has many applications in linear system theory, for example, pole/eigenstructure assignment [1-4], robust pole assignment [5-8], robust partial pole assignment [9], observer design [10], model matching problem [11], regularization of descriptor systems [12, 13], disturbance decoupling problem [14], and noninteracting control [15].
M'Sirdi, "Exact linearization and noninteracting control of a 4 rotors helicopter via dynamic feedback," in Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Communication, pp.
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.