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The sentence "Feedforward compensation has inheriently unit sensitivity to model uncertainty, a combination with feedback can reduce the effects of model uncertainty significantly." sounds grammatically incorrect. Sounds like it needs a conjunction in addition to the comma.
 
The sentence "Feedforward compensation has inheriently unit sensitivity to model uncertainty, a combination with feedback can reduce the effects of model uncertainty significantly." sounds grammatically incorrect. Sounds like it needs a conjunction in addition to the comma.

Latest revision as of 11:58, 4 September 2019

Edition Second
Version number 3.0h
Submission date 11/19/2016
Your name Chanud Yasanayake
E-mail address cyasanay@caltech.edu
Chapter 12.2
Page number 12-11
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Current status Closed

The sentence "Feedforward compensation has inheriently unit sensitivity to model uncertainty, a combination with feedback can reduce the effects of model uncertainty significantly." sounds grammatically incorrect. Sounds like it needs a conjunction in addition to the comma.