time-delay

time-delay

adj
(Electronics) electronics (of a device) having a delay between two operations, designed to make it safer or more efficient
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-- CVS Pharmacy has completed the rollout of time-delay safes in nearly 900 of its freestanding stores in California.
Therefore, the stability of time-delay systems has always been the focus of attention [4-20].
Add to that, in automatic control and signal processing applications, the time-delay and the order estimation of a certain process can be a means to achieve a good model for the control design.
Time-delay estimation is an area of active research that seeks to develop efficient and accurate methods for estimating time delay from industrial data.
It is well known that several real-world processes often depend on time-delay; namely, the present state depends on the past states.
Baumann, "Nonlinear analysis of time-delay position feedback control of container cranes," Nonlinear Dynamics, vol.
In some circumstances it is possible to design time-delay systems that track predictable targets with no delay.
The bookAEs 25 chapters are grouped in six sections on nonlinear control systems, chaos and control applications, intelligent control applications, robotics and control applications, time-delay and switched control systems, and power systems and engineering applications.
This contribution focuses on graphical analysis of robust stability for a feedback control loop containing the parametrically uncertain second order time-delay model of a main irrigation canal pool and a fractional order PI controller [4].
Richard, "Time-delay systems: an overview of some recent advances and open problems", Automatica, vol.
Some researchers studied stochastic time-delay and the optimal controllers of NCSs whose network-induced delay was shorter than a sampling period [3-5].

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