Negative Feedback
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Negative Feedback

Signal feedback having at least some component thereof in opposite phase with the signal at the point where the signal feedback is applied.

Negative Feedback

An interaction that reduces or dampens the response of the system in which it is incorporated.

Negative Feedback

A process that results in a reduction in the response of a system to an external influence. For example. increased plant productivity in response to global warming would be a negative feedback on warming. because the additional growth would act as a sink for CO2. reducing the atmospheric CO2 concentration.

Negative Feedback

A sequence of interactions that damps or reduces the response to an initial perturbation.

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Negative Feedback has been defined 4 different ways in documents like USPC Consolidated Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, and 1 more.

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