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AN APPLICATION OF BOX-JENKINS METHODOLOGY TO THE CONTROL OF GLUTEN ADDITION IN A FLOUR MILL

FEARN, T; MARIS, PI; (1991) AN APPLICATION OF BOX-JENKINS METHODOLOGY TO THE CONTROL OF GLUTEN ADDITION IN A FLOUR MILL. APPL STAT-J ROY ST C , 40 (3) 477 - 484.

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Abstract

The approach of Box and Jenkins was used to design a control algorithm for a feed-back loop controlling the addition of dried gluten to bread-making flour in a flour mill. The variations to be controlled were modelled by an integrated moving average IMA(0, 1, 1) process and the system dynamics identified as a simple delay. The resulting optimal control strategy was implemented and worked well.

Type:Article
Title:AN APPLICATION OF BOX-JENKINS METHODOLOGY TO THE CONTROL OF GLUTEN ADDITION IN A FLOUR MILL
Keywords:AUTOREGRESSIVE INTEGRATED MOVING AVERAGE, BOX-JENKINS, FLOUR MILLING, GLUTEN, NEAR INFRARED, OPTIMAL CONTROL, STOCHASTIC CONTROL, TIME SERIES
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Statistical Science

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