The drive's software makes use of an advanced Auto-Tuning control function that reduces tracking error and settling time to almost zero, while a new current loop design achieves an industry-leading frequency response of up to 3 kHz.
What does TE stand for?
TE stands for Tracking Error
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- Tissue Equivalent (plastics)
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- Toledo Edison
- Tooling Element
- Top Entry (product feature)
- Top Event
- Totally Enclosed
- Tough Enough (TV show)
- Tournament Edition (gaming)
- Toxoplasmic Encephalitis (infectious disease)
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When the actual cooling load is inside the uncertainty set, robust stability can be achieved using the principle of "invariant and feasible (IF) set," that is, once the temperature tracking error (the difference between the zone temperature and its set point) is steered into the set, it can be maintained inside the set afterwards by a control law which satisfies the constraints under consideration (Gilbert and Tan 1991; Mayne et al.
[FIGURE 3 OMITTED] Both algorithms are scalable but the tracking error should not exceed 1%.
Since every set of benchmarks and guidelines has an implicit tracking error associated with it, it is important for insurers to explicitly quantify that tracking error.
Technology enhances the degree of analysis and the degree of insight that you can bring to the combination of securities that you put in a portfolio with respect to risk, volatility, tracking error, trading, all sorts of things.
Delay in reacting to changing market composition is also potentially costly to investors or at least creates tracking errors to the true "theoretical market basket.