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undershoot

[′ən·dər‚shüt]
(control systems)
The amount by which a system's response to an abrupt change in input falls short of that desired.

undershoot

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undershoot
Blade connecting to top of the mast.
undershoot
Underslung rotor.
i. A faulty approach of an airplane, which if continued, will result in its landing short of the desired point.
ii. The failure to capture a desired flight condition (air speed, altitude) by falling short when approaching that value from below.
iii. Aircraft weapons impacting short of the desired point of impact.
iv. An area short of a runway or a taxi track. underslung
i. Loads carried by a helicopter that are slung below it by a cable.
ii. A helicopter rotor with its center of gravity below the point at which the rotor is attached to the mast.
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Based on this evidence, my colleagues and I (Oliveira, Elliott & Goodman, 2005) decided to investigate whether this undershoot bias in sports precision skills might be a more of a phenomenon that could be happening right in front of our eyes in many real life skills.
In our current forecasts, the undershoot is expected to last around four years, so there is a risk that we shall continue to be accused of being biased for some time to come.
The Liu equation provides a better prediction of the shear stress undershoot. Though the undershoot from the Liu equation is less abrupt than the measured behavior, its magnitude matches the experimental data.
Other MPC members, such as BoE Governor Sir Edward George, point out that despite the persistent undershoot, inflation has remained remarkably close to target, never straying more than one percentage point above or below the 2.5 per cent goal.
While the deficit could undershoot the OBR forecast this year, we fear it could overshoot it in the 2011-12 financial year - due to weaker than expected GDP growth."
He added: "The undershoot may heighten the debate between the parties over Labour's planned pounds 6bn hike in national insurance in 2011 - the Conservatives may argue that the undershoot supports their view that the hike can be avoided."
He believed it was "quite feasible" that rates would fall next month if the Bank's new economic forecasts suggest inflation will undershoot the government's 2% target.
One warned that any undershoot could drag shares lower.
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Further pressure was put on the BoE when Sushil Wadwhani, independent member of the MPC and a noted dove, warned that it was again set to undershoot its 2.5 per cent inflation target.
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More from Powell: the inflation undershoot may be more persistent and hoped, and the softer inflation trends are an argument for easing policy, in comments following his speech.