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retroaction

[¦re·trō′ak·shən]
(control systems)
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It is the professor's responsibility to choose and apply the adaptation solutions with their students' specificities and the aimed results, being attentive to the work load provided, so much for the retroactions as for the cognitive and metacognitive requirements resulting from the necessary understanding of the phenomena unchained by the use of technologies.
13) Sur la question de la retroaction gidienne, voir Matthew Escobar (2002).
Pour assurer la pertinence soutenue, la retroaction constante du milieu universitaire est essentielle.
La methode decrite dans ce travail est utile pour decider si des avantages importants en termes d'indice de performance de la boucle de controle (par reduction de la variabilite) peuvent etre obtenus par un changement de la configuration de la boucle de controle pour passer d'une retroaction simple (SFB) a un controle en cascade.
Certainly, Findley's relations to his own family history seem inscribed by the same contradictions that I have tried to map in this paper's return to The Wars, that is, a desire for what is lost, a mourning for something that was never innocent, or that can never be represented as such because temporally it precedes our experience but not necessarily our knowledge, and, thus, to protect the innocent, as it were, can only ever be represented and accessed in an imagined retroaction.
It was Descartes's contemporary, Pascal, who may have better understood the concept of interdependency and retroaction.
First, the retroaction of ETCs on TI as an aspect of the relationship between TI and ETCs is not analysed, and may probably impede comprehension over the relationship.
Dans les modeles climatiques generaux (GCM), le gros de l'accroissement calcule de temperature est du a << la retroaction positive de la vapeur d'eau >>.
The neo-liberal economic theory cannot explain the retroaction of American industry and transformation of this great country into the one specialized in consumption and dependent on the rest of the world for its provisions (p.
Nevertheless, it ought to be pointed out that retroaction of some form or another is becoming an increasingly common feature, even in the case of distance courses based primarily on the use of structured material.
An "agent" operating at A will bias, by controlling the final priors, either up or down the number of photons received per time unit ; correlatively, the number of photons detected at C will be diminished or augmented (the assumption is, of course, that retroaction does not go further back than the plate, which can be tested).