transient response

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transient response

[′tranch·ənt ri′späns]
(physics)
The behavior of a system following a sudden change in its input.
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The natural response to hearing something through a wall that leaves you concerned for an individual's safety is to call the police, not to have your political leanings interrogated for a possible motive.
The natural response would be to retaliate in equal measure, a scenario that would leave the entire continent worse off.
He says grief is a natural response to loss; it's not a sign of weakness and there's no point telling someone to be strong.
UBS said the government's supply-side response (importing more rice) and the natural response of consumers and producers are already working to stabilize the price of rice and other foods.
Predictably, the Hamas terror organization called the murders "a heroic operation" and a "natural response to the Israeli occupation's crimes," with Islamic Jihad justifying the attack as "natural," adding that "the settlements are a legitimate target for people of the resistance."
When we stop and consider the gifts we have, gratitude is our natural response. Psalm 95:2 Let us come before him with thanksgiving and sing joyful songs of praise.
Summary: The natural response to some of these pressures, such as slowing growth, would be to cut interest rates
The main opposition party said in a statement issued in Abuja on Tuesday by Kola Ologbondiyan, its National Publicity Secretary, that it was not surprised at the outcome of the polls conducted by 'one of the leading, impartial country-specific and research-based polling bodies in Africa, as such represents the natural response by the people to the sterling performance of Governor Ayo Fayose as well as the popularity of the PDP candidate.'
Being a member of a dance company is like having a second family, so grief is a natural response to losing it.
It is a natural response of a mother to the basic need of her baby.
"As a company that champions social and economic goals of the Kingdom, Bahri is committed to supporting various initiatives of the government, and the new cost-of-living allowance is a natural response to the royal directive, which is aimed at softening the impact of economic reforms in the country," said Abdullah Aldubaikhi, CEO of Bahri.
The campaign was a natural response to Saudi's politicisation of Hajj and Umrah.

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