decentralized control


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decentralized control

In air defense, the normal mode whereby a higher echelon monitors unit actions, making direct target assignments to units only when necessary to ensure proper fire distribution or to prevent engagement of friendly aircraft. See also centralized control.
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Davison, "Optimized decentralized control of large scale systems", in Proc.
The "hot-swappable" modules have independent hardware including a LCD-display, a decentralized control system and can operate and coordinate with the other modules within the system.
Enterprises have centralized policy control and/or decentralized control with broad policy guidance from a single interface.
Modern governance requires decentralized control, putting decisions into the hands of experts who are afforded a view of the big picture.
This is in contrast to the decentralized control available on hardware with embedded electronics.
Their scalable architecture enables decentralized control for simple A to B movements, or a more centralized design for integrated, highly optimized fleets.
In recent years, decentralized control in networked multiagent systems has attracted considerable attention from various scientific communities [1-5] due to its broad applications in physics, biology, and engineering [6-8].
Bitcoin's decentralized control systems mean that no government controls the value of the currency, while some governments do restrict the trade of the currency.
Recently Agents experienced a significant upturn, due to their nature to fit into decentralized control structure.
These types of networks are often composed of numerous interconnected devices with centralized or decentralized control depending on the application.
25) In this case, decentralization is necessary to mitigate seams created by the mismatch of centralized planning and control in a theater AOC versus the needs of JTF commanders for decentralized control and execution in a conflict with multiple JTFs.
As Winarto demonstrates, efforts to return to pre-Green Revolution independence and decentralized control are stymied by the experiences of the Green Revolution itself.

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