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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Contract award notice:The subject of the procurement is time-delayed safes, time-delay cases, time-delayed electronic safety locks and opening time drawers in accordance with the detailed description and quantities specified in the Technical Specifications in Part IV.
In recent years, considerable attention has been paid to fractional-order time-delay systems [5, 6].
Stability, Control, and Computation for Time-Delay Systems: An Eigenvalue-Based Approach, 2nd Edition
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].
Niculescu, Stability and Stabilization of Time-Delay Systems.
In [5] motion patterns are learned from the extracted trajectories from videos using a time-delay neural network.
Time-delay estimation is an important research aspect in the signal processing domain, and it is usually used to determine the time offset of some signal compared with the referenced signal.
The problem of stability and stabilization for time-delay systems have been given considerable attention over the past decades.
Comparison of progressive and constant time-delay procedures in teaching community-sign word reading.
They cover a range of concepts and methods, including spectral properties of linear time-delay systems, pseudospectra and robust stability analysis, computation of stability regions in parameter spaces, stability regions in delay-parameter spaces, stability of delay rays and delay-interference, stability of linear periodic systems with delays, the continuous pole placement method, the robust stabilization problem, and stabilization using a direct eigenvalue optimization approach.
The Class CC current limiting fuses, frequently used in applications for small motor branch protection, are available in both time-delay and fast-acting models.
Fuses in the Class CC line are time-delay branch circuit rated for 600 V ac, with ratings from 0.

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