controlled response

Related to controlled response: conditioned response, unconditioned response

controlled response

The selection from a wide variety of feasible options one of which will provide the specific military response most advantageous in the circumstances.
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But it only provoked a calm but controlled response from AJ.
Dynamic performance of AGC system shows that the electric governor always yields better controlled response compared to mechanical governor with and without GRC non-linearity.
2: Simulation of the controlled response to two step disturbance, with duration=0.
To streamline communications and ensure a fast, controlled response to DDoS attacks, Prolexic recommends that organisations focus on three critical areas of communications:
controlled response to DDoS attacks, Prolexic has recommended that organisations
Punches like that caused Rodriguez to stick out his tongue in defiance, or jut out his chin in an I-dare-you pose, but he never lost his cool, answering with an effective but controlled response.
Lampard wrung his hands in horror, but put himself at the hub of Chelsea's controlled response as they patiently sought an opening.
The discovery of a 600lb landmine in South Armagh last week underlined the need for "a careful and controlled response," they said.
Afterwards, both groups completed a rapid-fire color-matching test requiring a controlled response.
The Government has hunted up a simplistically centrally controlled response (the Deep Clean) that will have little effect.
Generally speaking, it's my experience that if the Jockey Club issues news of developments, you get a more considered and controlled response than if a paper gets hold of an exclusive.
In mid 1998, the Alexandria Digital Library was using a registration form with controlled response options, session IDs linked with user IDs, session logs, and exit polls for user comments and evaluations after each session to obtain user feedback (Hill et al.

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