controller

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  • This results in a large amount of data being available to the controller.
  • Real-time control is a popular term for a certain class of digital controllers.
  • Video games are played using a controller to create results on a screen.
  • The two could co-exist within a system, but not within a memory controller.
  • Earlier in the day, the flight controllers kept a close eye on weather.
  • This information is also shown on a small touch-screen above each controller's station.
  • She was first elected as City Controller for two terms and then mayor.
  • Nevertheless, such a non-agent very likely will also have a case officer who will act as controller.
  • If the ground controllers want to they can take control of the space craft at any time.
  • Among these is the idea of the state library as controller of school and public library services within a state.
  • However, there are features only available when central controllers are employed.
  • The power consumption of the controller also has to be taken into account.
  • It was the first home video game to feature a racing wheel controller.
  • The State Controller is elected to a four-year term but is limited to two terms.
  • The feed-forward value alone can often provide the major portion of the controller output.
  • The Family Computer version had a special controller that could be used with it.
  • The slow motion feature was unique at release, though it became a popular feature on later controllers.
  • The city controller and city council members are also subject to the same two-year, three-term limitations.
  • The operation of such controllers is the subject of control theory.
  • The wooden head cap had been used before the anti-rolling controller system was introduced.
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