self-balancing

ADJECTIVE
  1. of someone or something that balances himself or itself
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  • Concerning the imbalance of the data set used in image annotation, a new self-balancing model based on external database was proposed.
  • A succinct and authoritative commentary on handling the tiller and self-balancing side rudder of such ships was given by Shetelig and Falk in 1937.
  • To the nonlinear, strong-coupling and absolutely unstable characteristics of self-balancing two-wheel robot, a hierarchical fuzzy control method is proposed.
  • It is the women, too, who bring water from the fountains for their household use, in A copper vessels (_conche_) holding from two to three gallons: these are placed on the head, and carried self-balancing sometimes for long distances. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 3, No. 1 January 1863 Devoted To Literature And National Policy
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