Control system (disambiguation)

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A control system is a device or set of devices to manage, command, direct or regulate the behavior of other devices or systems. A control mechanism is a process used by a control system.

Control system may also refer to:

General control systems[edit]

Specific control systems[edit]

Computer control systems[edit]

Vehicle control systems[edit]

Biological control systems[edit]

  • Cell nucleus, the central control system in every biological cell
    • Regulome, the entire set of control systems within a cell
  • Homeostasis, the regulation and maintenance of the physical properties of an internal environment, particularly within an organism
  • Endocrine system, the organ system most responsible for the control of biological processes
  • Brain, the control system of the central nervous system and of all cognition
  • Gene regulation, which controls what genes are and are not transcribed or expressed

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