switching function

switching function

[′swich·iŋ ‚fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
A switching function of n variables is a function that assigns to each binary sequence of length n the number 0 or the number 1.
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The switching function is indicated by an LED on the back of the device.
Remote control over a network enables the switching function of a test system to be located as close as possible to the target equipment.
The Boundless Switching function supports extended desktops with up to eight monitors when two switches are daisy-chained, speeding up switching between computers for a smooth and hassle-free user experience.
Switching function is momentary normally-open, normally-closed, normally-open/normally-closed.
Represent the input signal [e.sub.IN] (t) and the switching function Y(t) as:
Another alternative approach is designing a smooth switching function, which has the capability of switching the normal neural controller to a robust controller for pulling back the escaped transient into the neural effective regions.
An existing traditional electromagnetic switch that takes the role to interrupt electricity through the mechanical switching when it conducts an overcurrent is composed of both an electromagnet called the magnetic contactor, which connects or disconnects signals of main power, and the thermal overload relay with an on-off switching function controlled by temperature.
In addition, Toshiba said that it plans to fuse the new technology with a partial 2D/3D switching function which can be applied to any screen size and position, and to aim for its rapid commercialisation in B2B industrial and medical products that require glasses-free high-definition 3D displays.
For establishing the mathematical model of three-phase grid-connected inverter by means of switching function, firstly define the switching function as follows
Based on the [H.sub.[infinity]] theorem, Lyapunov-Krasovskii theory, and LMI optimization technique, the [H.sub.[infinity]] quasi-sliding mode control and switching function can be designed such that the resulting nonlinear system is asymptotically stable in the quasi-sliding mode and satisfies the disturbance attenuation ([H.sub.[infinity]]-norm performance).
Red switch: Without pressure point, linear light actuation - switching function with a defined force of approx.
Increasingly, these actuators are called upon to serve a switching function in micro-electromechanical (MEMS) devices for optical switches, probe-based data storage and microscale energy harvesting.