active logic

active logic

[′ak·tiv ′läj·ik]
(electronics)
Logic that incorporates active components which provide such functions as level restoration, pulse shaping, pulse inversion, and power gain.
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If the process has not attained the goal within the set time interval, one should pass to active logic of behavior.
The active logic screens enable me to debug programs I am writing by changing setpoints and watching the reaction of the HVAC system.
In addition, Pilgrim says active logic screens also speed reprogramming when control is being fine-tuned.
Isolate active logic paths to reveal the root causes of specific design behavior--expected or unexpected.
The Web-based program - captures, processes, and tracks sales leads - and was designed to work in conjunction with Fargo's public and private reseller Web sites, which Active Logic also created.
Much of the investment that companies make in lead-generation falls through the cracks due to inconsistent distribution, inadequate follow-up, and the inability to measure effectiveness," said Anthony Tanner, CEO of Active Logic.
Active Logic has helped us meet our business goals.
LiveData's ability to capture business rules and active logic in manageable server configurations gives our customers an edge in approaching intranet data coordination issues.