correction time

correction time

[kə′rek·shən ‚tīm]
(control systems)
The time required for the controlled variable to reach and stay within a predetermined band about the control point following any change of the independent variable or operating condition in a control system. Also known as settling time.
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Correction time 1 2 Tilted angle 5[degrees] 5[degrees] Correction v angle 4.4387[degrees] 4.8322[degrees] Correction mean 4.9166[degrees] Correction variance 0.3230 Correction time 3 4 Tilted angle 5[degrees] 5[degrees] Correction v angle 5.0599[degrees] 5.0624[degrees] Correction mean Correction variance Correction time 5 6 Tilted angle 5[degrees] 5[degrees] Correction v angle 5.0862[degrees] 4.9811[degrees] Correction mean Correction variance Table II.
Consolidation time is correction time, perfection time but it should not be relaxation time which is a dangerous luxury.
If the actual speed time leads the computed speed, the correction time (difference) is reduced in the actual speed signal time domain values and if actual speed time lags the computed speed, the correction time (difference) is added in the actual speed signal time domain values.
"However, the correction time will be decided by the publisher, writing staff and copyright holder."
A limited number of studies have been performed on predicting RTS correction time series because IGS RTS was only recently launched.
95% Confidence intervals for the safety gains ranged from -.03 to .19 seconds in terms of average correction time across several activations.
Contract award: repair cable channels and covers in 220 kv and correction time in the 110 kv switchyard in s / s "madara".
"It's the right time to buy a property in India because it's sort of a correction time; you'll get a good discount and good payment plans," he said, adding that investors will also realise the good appreciation of the property "by 30 per cent or so".
CORRECTION time. Scribbler may have given the impression Newcastle libraries Coun David Stockdale was a teetotaller, roped in to launch the dry January campaign.
Correction time. The sector is still nervous, though - awaiting good news with bated breath even as short-term projections spread further gloom.
It's correction time, and we must recover and reorganise ourselves."
In addition, the no-huddle practice cuts down the correction time for coaches and the thinking and reflecting time players need to correct mistakes.

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