rate feedback

rate feedback

[′rāt ′fēd‚bak]
(electronics)
The return of a signal, proportional to the rate of change of the output of a device, from the output to the input.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The new Drilling Data Screen in RCS5 features real time depth and penetration rate feedback with histogram for easy in-hole monitoring.
The engineering textbook introduces each phase of designing a controller for a plant, walking through the process of creating a simulation model, defining the performance requirements and operating disturbance parameters, and developing a rate feedback loop that ensures the plant, actuators, and sensors respond to control commands.
Gameiro, "MMSE interference alignment algorithms with low bit rate feedback," in Proceedings of the Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications Symposium (WPMC '13), Atlantic City, NJ, USA, June 2013.
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Second, simple interest rate feedback rules that respond aggressively to price inflation deliver near-optimal equilibrium allocations.
Moreover, if monetary policy is implemented using a short-term interest rate feedback rule--for example, a Taylor rule--then inflation rates must adjust so that the bond market clears.
This includes both regulating and stabilizing the functions of the excitation system (rate feedback or lead-lag compensation).
This section investigates the issue of price level determinacy under interest rate feedback rules of the Taylor-type.
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