rate feedback

rate feedback

[′rāt ′fēd‚bak]
(electronics)
The return of a signal, proportional to the rate of change of the output of a device, from the output to the input.
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The engineering textbook introduces each phase of designing a controller for a plant, walking through the process of creating a simulation model, defining the performance requirements and operating disturbance parameters, and developing a rate feedback loop that ensures the plant, actuators, and sensors respond to control commands.
Short-term interest rates are held fixed for one year to accommodate the policy, after which the central banks are assumed to follow an interest rate feedback rule that targets inflation and a nominal anchor.
The inessential role that money balances play in the New Keynesian literature, along with the observed actual conduct of monetary policy in the United States and elsewhere over the past 30 years, naturally shifted theoretical interest away from money growth rate rules and toward interest rate rules: In the work of academic monetary economists, Milton Friedman's celebrated k-percent growth path for the money supply gave way to Taylor's equally influential interest rate feedback rule.
Moreover, if monetary policy is implemented using a short-term interest rate feedback rule--for example, a Taylor rule--then inflation rates must adjust so that the bond market clears.
This section investigates the issue of price level determinacy under interest rate feedback rules of the Taylor-type.
Advantages include ultra-low dead volumes, fewer moving parts than conventional LC systems and a direct pumping mechanism with flow rate feedback for each mobile phase.
SASS provides active yaw rate feedback to the nose wheel steering system.
The control algorithms from an earlier version of the HAB were expanded on by adding the rate feedback control loop to improve performance and reliability.
TEKsystems[R], a leading provider of IT staffing solutions, IT talent management expertise and IT services, today released new research showing that an overwhelming 93% of IT Professionals say that informal feedback is critical to their success while less than half (44% of IT Professionals and 49% of IT Leaders) rate feedback within their own company as excellent or good.
We never use a specification that allows for exchange rate feedback for the United States.
Complaint Rate Feedback Loops Gain Greater Prominence - Complaint rates, when an email is marked as spam, continued to be a key reputation metric for email senders in 2009.