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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 fuzzy feedback mechanism (Figure 3) consists of a fuzzifier, a knowledge base, a fuzzy inference engine and a defuzzifier.
A feedback mechanism, similar to requisitions was created, and an e-mail is sent to the customer confirming receipt.
no feedback mechanism exists that reflects the value of the resources used in health care.
The practice of using Berven's criterion group as performance standards to compute the PI and EI scores as a feedback mechanism for trainees must be employed with greater caution.
In particular, the 500 mA NCP3335A LDO can sustain inputs voltages up to 16 V and employs a special voltage reference and feedback mechanism that offers extremely tight output accuracies over operating conditions of load, line and temperature.
The feedback mechanism Taking the thyroid gland as an example, if it's producing too much or too little hormone a feedback mechanism makes a correction.
Next, we developed visual stimulus software capable of making use of this information to project virtual edges and textured floors in which we could modify the fly's sensory-motor feedback mechanism.
com/ for General Aviation pilots that provides a feedback mechanism for pilots who use Automated Flight Service Station services.
Offer a feedback mechanism to recognize participation and share success stories.
Other new features include support for multiple languages, such as Japanese, enabling users to display and search information in different languages and Dynamic Page Language, which provides a feedback mechanism to report about customers' preferences when they browse the catalogue.
Although such a dynamic incorporates a feedback mechanism that should soothe Ellis's worries - he even notes that "far too many people are involved to make.