backstepping

Backstepping vs Backstopping - What's the difference?

backstepping | backstopping |


As a noun backstepping

is (control theory) a technique for designing stabilizing controls for a special recursive class of nonlinear dynamical systems.

As a verb backstopping is

.

Organisms vs Backstepping - What's the difference?

organisms | backstepping |


As nouns the difference between organisms and backstepping

is that organisms is while backstepping is (control theory) a technique for designing stabilizing controls for a special recursive class of nonlinear dynamical systems.

Backward vs Backstepping - What's the difference?

backward | backstepping |


As nouns the difference between backward and backstepping

is that backward is the state behind or past while backstepping is (control theory) a technique for designing stabilizing controls for a special recursive class of nonlinear dynamical systems.

As an adjective backward

is (of motion) pertaining to the direction towards the back.

As an adverb backward

is (of motion) in the direction towards the back; backwards.

System vs Backstepping - What's the difference?

system | backstepping |


As nouns the difference between system and backstepping

is that system is system while backstepping is (control theory) a technique for designing stabilizing controls for a special recursive class of nonlinear dynamical systems.

Dynamical vs Backstepping - What's the difference?

dynamical | backstepping |


As an adjective dynamical

is dynamic.

As a noun backstepping is

(control theory) a technique for designing stabilizing controls for a special recursive class of nonlinear dynamical systems.

Nonlinear vs Backstepping - What's the difference?

nonlinear | backstepping |


As an adjective nonlinear

is (of a set of points) not lying on a straight line.

As a noun backstepping is

(control theory) a technique for designing stabilizing controls for a special recursive class of nonlinear dynamical systems.

Recursive vs Backstepping - What's the difference?

recursive | backstepping |


As an adjective recursive

is drawing upon itself, referring back.

As a noun backstepping is

(control theory) a technique for designing stabilizing controls for a special recursive class of nonlinear dynamical systems.

Control vs Backstepping - What's the difference?

control | backstepping |


As nouns the difference between control and backstepping

is that control is (countable|uncountable) influence or authority over while backstepping is (control theory) a technique for designing stabilizing controls for a special recursive class of nonlinear dynamical systems.

As a verb control

is to exercise influence over; to suggest or dictate the behavior of.

Technique vs Backstepping - What's the difference?

technique | backstepping |


As nouns the difference between technique and backstepping

is that technique is (uncountable) the practical aspects of a given art, occupation etc; formal requirements while backstepping is (control theory) a technique for designing stabilizing controls for a special recursive class of nonlinear dynamical systems.