What is feedback?

  • (noun): Response to an inquiry or experiment.
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Feedback is a process in which information about the past or the present influences the same phenomenon in the present or future. As part of a chain of cause-and-effect that forms a circuit or loop, the event is said to "feed back" into itself.

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... is a major worldwide Market Research and enterprise feedback management (EFM) software provider ... for market research (MR) and enterprise feedback management with revenue in excess of $45 million USD in its fiscal year 2009 ... Confirmit targets market research agencies around the world with software products for feedback/data collection, panel management, data processing, analysis, and reporting ...
Strict-feedback Form
... In control theory, dynamical systems are in strict-feedback form when they can be expressed as where with , are scalars, is a scalar input to the system, vanish at the origin (i.e ... Here, strict feedback refers to the fact that the nonlinear functions and in the equation only depend on states that are fed back to that subsystem ...
Feedback - Applications - Social Sciences - In Organizations
... seeks to improve its performance, feedback helps it to make required adjustments ... Feedback serves as motivation for many people in the work place ... When one receives either negative or positive feedback, they decide how they will apply it to his or her job ...
Comparison Of Neurofeedback Software
... Brain activity is monitored and processed to provide feedback to the user in one of several ways, for example a video game rocket ship might accelerate when desired brainwaves are produced (pos ... The user then uses this feedback to develop the brainwaves they wish to create and as a consequence, learn to gain more control over their brainwaves and ...
Storm Worm - Feedback
... Peter Gutmann sent an email noting that the Storm botnet comprises between 1 and 10 million PCs depending on whose estimates you believe ... Although Dr ...

More definitions of "feedback":

  • (noun): The process in which part of the output of a system is returned to its input in order to regulate its further output.