rate control

rate control

[′rāt kən‚trōl]
(control systems)
A form of control in which the position of a controller determines the rate or velocity of motion of a controlled object. Also known as velocity control.
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He also directed while he was chairing the fifth meeting on exchange rate control in the Republican palace, Monday , the Ministries of Trade and Industry to coordinate with other concerned organs and factories, especially the state-owned factories to set up direct sell windows at factory prices to lessen burdens of living for the people.
The decision whether to treat patients with both conditions with heart rate control or heart rhythm control can have profound effects on their quality of life and health.
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A widely accepted technique to counter this challenge is network-aware rate control scheme.
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Maintaining this rate requires less medication than more stringent rate control, resulting in fewer side effects and no increased risk of cardiovascular events.
The device will work with either a Mid-Tech CAN-based application control system or an external rate control system such as the Mid-Tech TASC or TeeJet 854.
But it does have a single burner rate control that regulates the amount of fuel flowing to the burner.
The ExpressSTREAM's QoS features, including individual upstream and downstream per port rate control, enable service providers to offer new billable services that match changing enterprise needs.
Contact point feed rate control enables the feed rate to be set based on the cutting speed rather than the rotation rate of the tool tip.