correction time

correction time

[kə′rek·shən ‚tīm]
(control systems)
The time required for the controlled variable to reach and stay within a predetermined band about the control point following any change of the independent variable or operating condition in a control system. Also known as settling time.
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However, the correction time will be decided by the publisher, writing staff and copyright holder.
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It definitely is correction time, there is no question about it.
It's correction time, and we must recover and reorganise ourselves.
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There is a fundamental difficulty in reducing error correction time in ASR.
If the ratio of the processing or the correction time to the inspection time becomes higher, then it is time consuming to solve this problem using the large scale Markov approach as in alternative (a).

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