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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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The paper also identified feedback loops between oil price movements, bank balance sheets, and asset prices in the GCC.
Feedback loops in both cases can lead to the asking of unanswerable inference questions.
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.
2008) analyze the benefits of specifying the feedback loops and their major components explicitly and independently, as well as the necessity of defining explicitly the interactions among feedback loops and among their elements, from analysis and design to implementation.
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.
Now, as a consequence of Theorem 1, a sufficient condition for robust stability and performance of the feedback loop in Fig.
Traditionally, system dynamicists have relied on trial-and-error simulation, changing parameter values or switching individual links and feedback loops on and off, to discover important system elements.
Because the circuits generally include complicated feedback loops, the equations that model the reactions tend to be nonlinear.
The new time-domain stability was achieved by using improved feedback loops and actuators in the mode-locked laser.
When individuals act based on these social meanings, they construct feedback loops that appear to validate the false assumption of natural differences that people tacitly accept in their everyday lives.