loop transmittance

loop transmittance

[′lüp tranz‚mit·əns]
(control systems)
The transmittance between the source and sink created by the splitting of a specified node in a signal flow graph.
The transmittance between the source and sink created by the splitting of a node which has been inserted in a specified branch of a signal flow graph in such a way that the transmittance of the branch is unchanged.
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