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.
"As far as I know, we are the only NETWORK 8000[TM] user who has developed a series of 'active logic screens,'" he says.
"The active logic screens enable me to debug programs I am writing by changing setpoints and watching the reaction of the HVAC system.