response characteristic

response characteristic

[ri′späns ‚kar·ik·tə‚ris·tik]
(control systems)
The response as a function of an independent variable, such as direction or frequency, often presented in graphical form.
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The illegitimate user SU wants to guess a portion of channel response characteristic values between S[U.
At the same time, when digital phase converters are used in measuring devices, it is necessary to have filters with adjustable phase-frequency response characteristic [3, 4, 5].
In particular, the usual V-shaped response characteristic of the series in previous recoveries had not materialized.
In this case, it is difficult to achieve the bandpass frequency response characteristic owing to the coupled line's wide passband.
The response characteristic on the closing stage of the valve, results from cutting the command signal u([t.
Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, have documented high cathelicidin levels in psoriasis patients; they suggest overproduction of cathelicidin leads to the highly inflammatory response characteristic of psoriasis.
The intense attention to audience response characteristic of this theaterly book occasionally results in baroquely complex assertions that better reflect the critic's intellectual itinerary than a response one could actually have in the theater, as in the following claim for The Wild Duck: "the metatheatrical element in Ibsen's presentation of Hjalmar actually feeds into the audience's sympathy for him even as it distances us enough so that we may also laugh at him" (125).
Immune-system defenses against parasites may have prevented the over-active immune response characteristic of MS.
Most importantly, when a single cell was activated, adjacent cells produced an electrical response characteristic in both pattern and time interval for synaptic transmission.
It is assumed that the phase-locked loop has a typical second-order response characteristic.
Chaitan Khosla and his colleagues at Stanford University and the University of Norway in Oslo report identifying a single component of gluten proteins that causes the autoimmune response characteristic of celiac sprue.
In the beginning, an innovative physician reasoned that since methotrexate is an immunosuppressive drug - or one that suppresses the immune system - it would most likely curb the overzealous immune response characteristic of rheumatoid arthritis.