Self-tuning systems typically exhibit non-linear adaptive control. Self-tuning systems have been a hallmark of the aerospace industry for decades, as this sort of feedback is necessary to generate optimal multivariable control for nonlinear processes. In the telecommunications industry, adaptive communications are often used to dynamically modify operational system parameters to maximize efficiency and robustness.
Digital Self-tuning Controllers are an example of self-tuning systems at the hardware level.
Measurements gather data about the conditions and behavior. Analysis helps determine whether the expectations are being met- and which subsequent actions should be performed. Common actions are gathering more data and performing dynamic reconfiguration of the system.
`Self-Tuning' Software Adapts to Its Environment.(software that adjusts to the computers that are making use of it)
Oct 01, 1999; Programmers are making computers do the hard work of adjusting software to make the best use of the hardware it runs on In...