feedback loop


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feedback loop

n.
The section of a control system that allows for feedback and self-correction and that adjusts its operation according to differences between the actual and the desired or optimal output.
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Noun1.feedback loop - a circuit that feeds back some of the output to the input of a systemfeedback loop - a circuit that feeds back some of the output to the input of a system
circuit, electric circuit, electrical circuit - an electrical device that provides a path for electrical current to flow
control circuit, negative feedback circuit - a feedback circuit that subtracts from the input
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