The Programmed Approach in Control Systems
The basic principles that separate the programmed approach from more traditional direct approaches are discussed and examples given. The programmed approach is shown first in its application to sequential control of mechanical systems, and then briefly in its application to numerical controls. Finally, the limitations of the programmed approach are considered, and non-programmed alternatives briefly discussed.
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