Multivariable control Multivariable control means the replacement of conventional compensation technology by computerised methods. The aim is to compensate the effect of process interactions and make the entire process behave optimally. Many possibilities are available to handle multivariable systems. One is to use analogue compensators that try to consider interactions. The computer control uses the
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Professor Emeritus Kauko Leiviskä, University of Oulu
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