In which we present our theoretical or other knowledge of the Critical Error Learning (FEL) method from an adaptive control perspective. We first discuss how And Fel relates to non-linear multivalent control and adaptive feedback linearization and show that FEL can be translated as a form of non-linear adaptive control. SPR) associated with tracking error dynamics is an important sufficient condition for asymptotic stability associated with feedback dynamics. In particular, for a second-order solid-state SISO device, we show that this condition reduces to KD2>KP, where K < sub >P and KD – genderA positive increase in position and speed, respectively. In addition, we provide you with a simple “passivity” based stability analysis that proposes the idea that external SPR tracking error is a necessary and sufficient performance problem for asymptotic hyperstability. Therefore, the form KD2>KP mentioned above is not necessarily sufficient, but also a necessary form to ensure the asymptotic hyperstability guarantee of the FEL, i.e., i.e., the tracking error is asymptotically closed and tends to zero. In addition, we explore this adaptive control and the structure of the FEL in order to construct formulations of predictive control and asymptotically derive an important additional sufficient possibility condition in the sense of Lyapunov. Finally, we present a numerical simulation to describe the stability properties of the FEL and our mathematical analysis. Error

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    feedback error

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    Managing feedback and feedforward

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