Control

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Control may refer to:

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Mathematics and science[edit]

Medicine[edit]

  • Control, according to the ICD-10-PCS, in the Medical and Surgical Section (0), is the root operation (# 3) that means stopping, or attempting to stop, post-procedural bleeding
  • Chlordiazepoxide, also sold under the trade name Control
  • Lorazepam, sold under the trade name Control

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Computing and technology[edit]

  • Control flow, means of specifying the sequence of operations in computer programs
  • Control key, on a computer keyboard
  • GUI widget (control or widget), a component of a graphical user interface
  • Input device (control), a physical user interface to a computer system

Systems engineering[edit]

  • Automatic control, the application of control theory for regulation of processes without direct intervention
  • Control character, or non-printing character, in a character set; does not represent a written symbol, but is used to control the interpretation or display of text
  • Control engineering, a discipline of modeling and controlling of systems
  • Control system, the ability to control some mechanical or chemical equipment
  • Control theory, the mathematical theory about controlling dynamical systems over time

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