sampling interval

sampling interval

[′sam·pliŋ ‚in·tər·vəl]
(control systems)
The time between successive sampling pulses in a sampled-data control system.
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It is based on the selection of the final sample systematically, while the first sample was selected randomly within the first sampling interval [2].
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sensor delays much smaller than a sampling interval can be ignored because quantization has a larger effect on timing.
fs], is the total weight (in grams) of feed supplied during the sampling interval, and [W.