Basic control algorithms Open-loop vs. closed-loop control Open-loop control does not use the measurement of the process variable to be controlled. The effect goes directly from the input or control action to the output, as shown in Figure 1. Closed-loop control uses measurement of the output variable to form a closed loop. The corrections use
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