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Executive Summary
Overview of the Field
2.1 What is Control?
2.2 Control System Examples
2.3 The Increasing Role of Information-Based Systems
2.4 Opportunities and Challenges Facing the Field
Applications, Opportunities, and Challenges
3.1 Aerospace and Transportation
3.2 Information and Networks
3.3 Robotics and Intelligent Machines
3.4 Biology and Medicine
3.5 Materials and Processing5
3.6 Other Applications
Education and Outreach
4.1 The New Environment for Control Education
4.2 Making Control More Accessible
4.3 Broadening Control Education
4.4 The Opportunities in K-12 Math and Science Education
4.5 Other Opportunities and Trends
Recommendations
5.1 Integrated Control, Computation, Communications
5.2 Control of Complex Decision Systems
5.3 High-Risk, Long-Range Applications of Control
5.4 Support for Theory and Interaction with Mathematics
5.5 New Approaches to Education and Outreach
5.6 Concluding Remarks
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The term “control” has many meanings and often varies between communities. In
this report, we define control to be the use of algorithms and feedback in engineered
systems. Thus, control includes such examples as feedback loops in electronic amplifiers,
set point controllers in chemical and materials processing, “fly-by-wire”
systems on aircraft, and even router protocols that control traffic flow on the Internet.
The term “control” has many meanings and often varies between communities. In
this report, we define control to be the use of algorithms and feedback in engineered
systems. Thus, control includes such examples as feedback loops in electronic amplifiers,
set point controllers in chemical and materials processing, “fly-by-wire”
systems on aircraft, and even router protocols that control traffic flow on the Internet.

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