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To obtain the value of the proportional gain according to the table 1 is necessary to calculate the equation 2 where is the output relay amplitude and a is the oscillation amplitude, while (necessary to obtain and is measured directly of the oscillations. 2 Stability of Limit Cycle The relay feedback method is successfully used in the industry , however to measure and is fundamental that the limit cycle were stable and symmetric. The phase portrait is a practical way to know if a process oscillation is stable or not, when the relay feedback is applied.
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First, however, it is necessary to get a better understanding of the distributions themselves. Dynamic Uniform Scaling for Multiobjective Genetic Algorithms 13 Fig. 2. Illustration of distributions on a piecewise linear front with bad scaling. 3 Distributions When finding the Pareto non-dominated front for a multiobjective problem, the desired distribution of solution points on the Pareto front might differ depending on the problem being solved. In this paper it is desired for the solutions on the Pareto front to have a uniform distribution along the entire front.