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12:36 Aug 10, 2001
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English term or phrase: Relative Gain Array
The ultimate goal of this project is the application of controllability analysis techniques over the whitewater network of a newsprint mill. A systematic procedure based on empirical and deterministic methods and that involves integration of steady state and dynamic analysis is to be developed using process simulation, process information systems, and various controllability indices such as the Relative Gain Array (RGA), Condition Number (CN), Relative Disturbance Gain (RDG), and Niederlinski Index (NI).
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naMatrice des gains relatifs
Yves Georges
naChamps de Gain Relatif



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Champs de Gain Relatif

"Champs" is used, as Microsoft defines "Array" in Excel spread sheets.

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Matrice des gains relatifs

Array = tableau, matrice.
You are dealing with a mathematical context. The most probable transalation for Array is then matrice.

Gain = gain (in the sense of a multiplying factor).

Relative = relatif. Here it means that the gains are not absolute but relative to each other.


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