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feedback

noun acknowledgment, alternative view, answer, clarification, criticism, elucidation, illumination, input, interpretation, positive input, reaction, reply, response, sense, sentiment, translation
Associated concepts: negative feedback, polling, positive feedback
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While positive feedback loops speed up climate change, negative feedback loops slow climate change.
Scientists could use the seven principles and the double feedback loop to guide their research and discoveries.
This phenomenon described in transitions observed in the early stages of general anesthesia appears to be common across all three states, because the drugs are triggering this same feedback loop, the authors explained.
Even without contemporary prejudice, Loury claims, pernicious feedback loops continue their work "indefinitely" unless and until some conscious and determined effort is made to break them.
These positive feedback loops can accentuate economic and financial fluctuations (e.
Not all hosted email providers offer feedback loops because of the maintenance involved.
But the feedback loop works in the same way: Donations provide institutions with the resources they need for equipment and academic talent, which attract more donations and are used to equip graduates with skills that will allow them to become donors.
The researchers believe their modular approach to investigate the role of multiple feedback loops could also be used to unravel mechanisms that other bacteria use to control bistability.
Projection reintroduces a more conventionally theatrical mode of spectatorship in which the audience remains outside the media feedback loop rather than participating as actors within it.
He asserts that the complex behaviors that we typically attribute to instinct or simple feedback loops are actually sophisticated and that all intelligence is Darwinian.
Taken together, it is an intellectual feedback loop, and feedback loops make for slippery footing when the hammer of history crashes down.
These signals involve mechanisms of feedback loops between the central nervous system and effector organs--namely, the hypothalamuspituitary-gonad loop of the reproductive function.