This project has been proposed in the doctoral thesis of professor Igor Egaña Santamarina of the Public University of Navarre, called “Design of complete mould QFT multivariable controllers”. Professor Mario Garcia Sanz, from the Department of Automation and Computer Science of the Public University of Navarre, has supervised the project.
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Control engineering involves the design of mathematical laws that modify the way in which industrial processes progress. That way, for example, when the way in which warming power affects the temperature of the oven is established, it is possible to determine how power must be modified so that opening and closing of the door produces a minimum effect in the inner temperature. But control engineering is present in many other industrial processes. For example, when the ABS reduces the braking of a car to avoid the blocking of wheels, or in case of an electronic circuit that tunes the exact frequency of a digital radio.
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