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Stability control uses ABS and TCS technology along with Active Yaw Control, to keep the vehicle from spinning out due to either deceleration or acceleration.
SC calculates your steering angle wrt to the turning angle of the car and if it finds a mismatch between the two, it'l start applying braking force not only to the driving wheel but to each individual wheel that needs to be kept under check.
Here's Tiff Needell showing us the diff between ABS, TCS and ESP (Stability Control) -
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