break frequency

break frequency

[′brāk ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(control systems)
The frequency at which a graph of the logarithm of the amplitude of the frequency response versus the logarithm of the frequency has an abrupt change in slope. Also known as corner frequency; knee frequency.
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Together, the principles highlight the relationship between proximity, genomic organization, and break frequency.
Overall, those who took the most breaks from sitting (even if they spent a great deal of time being sedentary) were found to have the smallest waists: participants among the top quarter of break frequency had a 1.
Improvements in base stock manufacture-including draw-free wet ends, single-felted dryer sections and computerized process controls--reduce break frequency," added consultant Charles P.