control commands

control commands

pl n
(Computer Science) keyed instructions conveyed to a computer by using the control key in conjunction with the standard keys
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In detail, it was confirmed that congestion can be managed (current control) by the output control of EV/PHEV power stations (EVPS) according to control commands.
The results showed that the model successfully generated the accurate control commands and was able to reproduce the biomechanical properties and the neural responses found in the physiological experiments of arm reaching.
Reverse analysis of flight control commands in the communication channel between the UAV and controller helps us understand the meaning and format of these commands and is highly beneficial to the regulation of UAVs.
Blackmagic Design has also written some sample code that shows how the Arduino communicates with the Blackmagic 3G-SDI Arduino Shield, and how the shield will then the camera control commands to the camera.
Also, a simultaneous uplink transmits control commands to the air vehicles and its payload.
The engineering textbook introduces each phase of designing a controller for a plant, walking through the process of creating a simulation model, defining the performance requirements and operating disturbance parameters, and developing a rate feedback loop that ensures the plant, actuators, and sensors respond to control commands. The implementation phase progressively closes the control loops and increases the controller gains while verifying the system behaves as predicted.
Simultaneously, control commands and triggers can be sent to the camera at 20 Mb/s, and up to 13 W of power also can be supplied to the camera.
Radisys WebConnect translates JSR-309 media processing requests, in a Java EE environment, into Session Internet Protocol (SIP) and Media Server Markup Language (MSML RFC 5707) XML-based control commands which are compatible with any Radisys MRF.
Radisys WebConnect translates JSR-309 media processing requests, in a Java EE environment, into session Internet protocol and media server markup language (MSML RFC 5707) XML-based control commands which are compatible with any Radisys MRF.
Control commands are likely to originate from the facility operator or an authorised external authority over a secure network.
The new software includes remote controllability via TCP/IP which aids control commands such as Start/Stop and label handling conveniently from the PC.