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By definition, servo motors run using a control loop and require feedback of some kind. A control loop uses feedback from the motor to help the motor get to a desired state (position, velocity, and so on). There are many different types of control loops. Generally, the PID (Proportional, Integral, and Derivative) control loop is used for servo motors
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