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2.1.1. Hall-effect sensors
2.1.2. Variable reluctance (VR) wheel speed sensors
2.1.3. Accelerometers
2.2. Conventional Control Method Using Sensors
3.1.1. Optimizations
3.1.2. Applications
3.2.1. Optimizations
3.2.2. Applications
3.3.1. Applications
3.4. Back-EMF Integration Method
3.5.1. Conventional 120° PWM technique
3.5.2. Technique of virtual neutral point elimination
3.5.3. Technique for low speed or low voltage applications
3.5.4. Technique for high speed or high voltage applications
3.5.5. Technique for small power applications
3.5.6. Direct current controlled PWM technique (hysteresis current control)
4.1. Sliding-Mode Observer (SMO)
4.2. Extended Kalman Filter (EKF)
4.3. Model Reference Adaptive System (MRAS)
4.4.1. Adaptive Full-order Flux Observer (AFFO)
4.4.2. Adaptive Pseudoreduced-Order Flux Observer (APFO)
4.5. Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)
5.1. Comparison of methods’ feasibility
5.2. Open-Loop Starting
5.3.1. Digital Signal Processors (DSP)
5.3.2. Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA)
5.3.3. Microprocessors (MP)
5.3.4. Microcontrollers (MC)
5.3.5. Application Specific Circuits (ASIC)
6.1. Applications with Constant Loads
6.2. Applications with Varying Loads
6.3. Positioning Applications
7. Conclusions
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