Control and feedback


The processes inside a system[2] that means that you get the output you want and not the ones you don’t want. Having good control and feedback[1] means that the system can be self-regulating.

Terms definitions
1. control and feedback. The processes inside a system that means that you get the output you want and not the ones you don’t want. Having good control and feedback means that the system can be self-regulating. Related Articles: Glossary: Feedback« Back to Glossary Index
2. system. A set of interconnected parts designed to transform, store, transport or control materials, energy and/or information. Related Articles: Glossary: Feedback« Back to Glossary Index