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الإنجليزية - التركية
geri bildirim

Geri bildiriminiz önemli ve mümkün olan en iyi hizmeti nasıl sağlayabileceğimizi bilmemize yardım edecek. - Your feedback is important and it will help us to know how we can provide the best service possible.

Bizim için herhangi bir geri bildiriminiz var mı? - Do you have any feedback for us?


Geribildirim için teşekkürler. - Thanks for the feedback.

{i} birinin bir şey hakkındaki düşündükleri/izlenimleri
{i} geri bilgi akışı
{i} geribesleme
{i} fiz. fidbek, geribesleme, geribildirim
{i} ters tepki
geriye dönüş
(Bilgisayar) görüş
(Dilbilim) geri iletim
araştırıp geri bildirme
(Tıp) feed back
(Bilgisayar) karşılık
(Ticaret) geri veri
(Ticaret) yankı
(Denizbilim) ürün denetim
(Dilbilim) geri-itilim
(Mühendislik) geriye besleme
(Mukavele) geri besleme, geri dönen bilgi
geri besleme

Geri besleme için teşekkürler. - Thanks for the feedback.

(Tıp) Geri tepme, geri itilim, çıkış yapan bir şeyin tekrar giriş yapması, özellikle bir olay sonucu meydana gelen son ürünün aynı olayı başlatmak üzere tekrar devreye girişi
(Dilbilim) geri-bildiri
feedback amplifier
(Bilgisayar,Elektrik, Elektronik) geribeslemeli yükselteç
feedback form
(Bilgisayar) görüş formu
feedback inhibition
(Biyokimya) son ürün denetimi
feedback oscillator
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) geribeslemeli salıngaç
feedback circuit
geribesleme devresi
feedback admittance
geribesleme admitansi, geribesleme çelisi
feedback factor
geribesleme katsayısı
feedback gain
geri kazanmak
feedback information
geribildirim bilgi
feedback loop
geribesleme döngüsü
feedback percentage
geribesleme yüzdesi
feedback ratio
geribesleme oranı
feedback rectifier
geribesleme redresörü
feedback resistance
geribesleme direnci
feedback transducer
geribesleme dönüstürücüsü
feedback windings
geribesleme sargıları
feedback admittance
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) geribesleme celisi
feedback admittance
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) geribesleme admitansı
feedback amplifier
geribeslemeli yukseltec
feedback carburetor
geribesleme karbüratörü
feedback carburetor
(Otomotiv) geri besleme karbüratörü
feedback carburettor
(Otomotiv) geri beslemeli karbüratör
feedback compensation
(Bilgisayar) koşut denkleştirici
feedback control
geribeslemeli denetim
feedback control
geribildirim denetimi
feedback control
geribesleme denetimi
feedback control loop
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) geribesleme denetim çevrimi
feedback control system
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) geribesleme denetim sistemi
feedback correction
(Otomotiv) geri besleme düzeltmesi
feedback delay
(Bilgisayar) geri besleme gecikmesi
feedback game
geribeslemeli oyun
feedback game
geribildirimli oyun
feedback oscillator
geribeslemeli salingac
feedback path
geribesleme yolu
feedback signal
geribesleme sinyali
complete feedback
(Dilbilim) eksiksiz geri iletim
provide feedback
geri bildirim yapmak
provide feedback
geri bildirimde bulunmak
receive feedback
geri bildirim almak
acoustic feedback
akustik geribesleme
audible feedback
işitilir geribesleme
audiofrequency feedback
ses frekans geribeslemesi
bridge feedback
köprü geribeslemesi
capacitive feedback
kapasitif geri besleme
inductive feedback
endüktif geribesleme
information feedback
bilgi geribeslemesi
information feedback system
bilgi geribesleme sistemi
inverse feedback
ters geribesleme
magnetic feedback
manyetik geribesleme
negative feedback
negatif geribesleme
negative feedback
eksi geribesleme
positive feedback
pozitif geribesleme
positive feedback
artı geribesleme
external feedback
dış geribesleme
output feedback
çıkış feedback
parallel feedback
paralel geribesleme
performance feedback
performans geribildirimi
positive feedback
olumlu geribildirim
relevance feedback
alaka geribildirim
voltage feedback
gerilim geribeslemesi
current feedback
akim geribeslemesi
delayed feedback
(Dilbilim) gecikmeli geri iletim
facial feedback hypothesis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yüzden geridenetim hipotezi
main feedback path
ana geribesleme yolu
overall feedback
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) toplam geribesleme
positive or regenerative feedback
arti geribesleme
pozitive feedback
(Biyokimya) olumlu ürün denetim
request for feedback
(Askeri) geri bildirim talebi
transformer feedback
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) transformatör geri beslemesi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To convey by means of specialized communications channel

Customers feedbacked their complaints and some praise.

The high-pitched howling noise heard when there's a loop between a microphone and a speaker
To generate the high-frequency sound by allowing a speaker to cause vibration of the sound generator of a musical instrument connected by an amplifier to the speaker

The show ended with a riot of feedbacking guitars.

The signal that is looped back to control a system within itself
Critical assessment on information produced

After you hand in your essays, I will give both grades and feedback.

To provide informational feedback to

His employees feedbacked him a lot more than he wanted.

Verbal or non-verbal reaction to communication as transmitted to the sender
A linking of the output of a system back to the input Traditionally this can be negative, tending to return the system to a wanted state, or positive tending to diverge from that state Life employs both methods
A means of communicating with others by describing their work Although feedback is usually evaluative in nature, descriptive feedback is literal and non judgmental It is geared primarily towards a deeper understanding of the work in question instead of evaluating it
In communication theory, listening to a message and paraphrasing it to the communicator to ensure understanding - feeding or giving back information In other uses, implies giving back information about the quality of someone's presentation or the effects of a person's behavior and can involve critiquing
That annoying tone or set of tones that occur because the sound of the speaker is getting into the microphone It can be caused by the direct sound from the speaker getting into the microphone but is more often caused by the room reverberations that are excited by the speaker getting into the microphone
The high-pitched howling noise heard when theres a loop between a microphone and a speaker
response to an inquiry or experiment the process in which part of the output of a system is returned to its input in order to regulate its further output
{i} return of part of the output (of a circuit, amplifier, etc.) to the input (Electronics); information about the results of a certain procedure; response; critique, critical analysis
In acoustics, the undesirable leakage of audio from loudspeakers back into a microphone, resulting in a loud squeal or howling sound, or in less severe cases, a hollow ringing sound quality or whistles
See: Acoustic Feedback FerroFluid: An emulsion containing metal particles, used to conduct heat away from a speaker's voice coil Filter: A device that removes unwanted frequencies or noise from a signal Flat: The state of an audio signal or tone whose frequency is unaltered by equalization On most mixers and equilizers flat is indicated by the tone controls being at dead center Fletcher Munson Curve: A graphic representation of average hearing responses at particular sound pressure levels Frequency: 1 The number of sound waves that pass a given point in one second 2 The determiner of pitch Frequency Response: The range of frequencies that are reproducible by a speaker or electronic component Front of House (FOH): The components of a PA that are directed toward the audience, as opposed to the back-of-house or monitor system
Usually a high-pitched squeal caused by an audio system going into oscillation This occurs when a microphone is too close to the speaker that is broadcasting the audio from the microphone
If you get feedback on your work or progress, someone tells you how well or badly you are doing, and how you could improve. If you get good feedback you have worked or performed well. Continue to ask for feedback on your work I was getting great feedback from my boss
refers to a sequence of interactions in which the final interaction influences the original one In such a sequence, a cause produces a result, and the result then in turn influences its cause For example, by one estimate, global warming is expected to increase air conditioner use in the U S enough to require 86 additional power plants by the year 2010 The burning of fossil fuels in those power plants would in turn cause more global warming, causing more air conditioner use, causing more warming, and so on, in a positive feedback loop As a system changes, it may generate processes that affect the original change If one of these processes amplifies the change (such as increasing global warming in the above example) we call it a positive feedback If it dampens the change, we call it a negative feedback Another, more personal example of a feedback is this: by sweating when doing work, our bodies maintain a temperature around 98 6 ° F; this is a negative feedback
Comes in two types, positive and negative but then you probably don't want to know about negative one in this instance Holding a microphone in front of the speakers from which the sound of the microphone is coming out and you have a feedback loop In this case it's positive because the sound coming out of the speakers will go into the microphone and added to the sound coming out of the speakers which gets added to the sound going into the microphone etc Feedback very quickly becomings loud therefore and can damage equipment unless properly tamed Unless of course you don't want to tame it Back
The process by which a system responds to an initial forcing in such a way that it amplifies the original force (positive feedback) or reduces it (negative feedback)
An effect that occurs when the output of a DSP process is fed back into the input Interesting effects can result when you delay a signal, feed it through a non-linear process such as a filter or power distortion, and route it back to the input See feedback loop
the information and recommendations provided to a teacher about his/her performance based on the results of that teacher's evaluation and designed to help the teacher improve his/her performance and make decisions concerning professional development and improvement See Reporting
The return of information from a manipulator, or sensor to the processor of the robot to provide self-correcting control of the manipulator See Feedback Control, and Feedback Sensor
Feedback consists of text or images provided by the instructor for the student to view after a quiz has been scored Feedback can only be provided on a "per question" basis (not on a "per answer choice" basis) and is entered by the instructor on one of the "Create Question" screens Feedback is an excellent way to provide students with the appropriate corrections or suggestions if they answer a question incorrectly It can also provide additional reinforcement when students choose the correct answers For example, after the question "Who was the 16th president of the United States?," a possible feedback response could be "Please refer to Appendix C in your textbook for a complete list of the U S presidents " For additional information about where to enter feedback, read Question Types When inserting HTML into the feedback, please refer to the HTML included in the glossary
1 The return of a portion of the output of a device to the input; positive feedback adds to the input, negative feedback subtracts for the input
The delaying of a delay so that multiple images of the original signal are heard; also, the loud squeal that's heard when a channel is receiving its own output
Using all or a portion of the information from the output of a system to regulate or control the processes or inputs in order to modify the output
response to an inquiry or experiment
Energy that is extracted from a high-level point in a circuit and applied to a lower level Positive feedback reduces the stability of a device and is used to increase the sensitivity or produce oscillation in a system Negative feedback, also called inverse feedback, increases the stability of a system as the feedback improves stability and fidelity
A loop caused by audio or video signal being fed back into itself In video the effect is caused when a camera is directed at its receiving monitor In audio the effect, manifested as an echo or squeal, is caused when a microphone is aimed at a speaker
Refers to the specific method used in ABR to tell a transmitting end station to slow down due to congestion in the network
the process in which part of the output of a system is returned to its input in order to regulate its further output
1) The delayed signal sent back to the input of a delay line, used in repeat-echo effects 2) The pickup of the signal out of a channel by its input or the howling sound that this produces 3) In an amplifier, the phase reversed output signal sent back to its input, reducing gain but also distortion and noise
The transmission of evaluation findings to parties for whom it is relevant and useful so as to facilitate learning This may involve the collection and dissemination of findings, conclusions, recommendations and lessons learned from experience Specifically in the context of evaluation, to return and share the evaluation results with those who participated in the evaluation
gen Product response (e g , visual, aural, or tactile) that indicates the extent to which the operator's desired effect was accomplished Feedback can be either intrinsic or extrinsic Intrinsic feedback (feel) is that which the individual senses directly from the operation of the control devices (e g , clicks, detents, resistance, response ratios, stops, control displacement ) Extrinsic feedback is that which is sensed from an external source that indicates the consequences of the control action (e g , aural tones, display changes, indicator lights) [MIL-HDBK-1908B]
Feedback is the unpleasant high-pitched sound produced by a piece of electrical equipment when part of the signal that comes out goes back into it
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feedback transfer function
The transfer function of the feedback path of a control system
feedback circuit
a circuit that feeds back some of the output to the input of a system
feedback control
A control algorithm or system in which the control output is calculated from measurements of the process output
feedback control
In feedback closed-loop control systems the control loop compares the output of the process to the desired output and if a difference is found, adjusts the input or process accordingly
feedback control
Systems in which the accumulation of the product of a reaction leads to a decrease in its rate of production, or a deficiency of a product leads to an increase in its rate of production
feedback control
Control that focuses on the use of information about previous results to correct deviations from the acceptable standard
feedback control
This is another feature possible with digital technology We now have various strategies to control feedback by enabling the hearing aid to detect and automatically adjust when feedback is present How this works depends on the type of hearing aid Not all digital hearing aids have a feedback control feature
feedback control
The control on a delay line or delay effects device that controls the amount of feedback
feedback control
A type of system control obtained when a portion of the output signal is operated upon and fed back to the input in order to obtain a desired effect
feedback control
A type of system control obtained when information from a manipulator, or sensor is returned to the robot controller in order to obtain a desired robot effect See Feedback, Closed-Loop Control and Feedback Sensor
feedback control
An error driven control system in which the control signal to the actuators is proportional to the difference between a command signal from the process variable being controlled
feedback inhibition
A cellular control mechanism in which an enzyme that catalyzes the production of a particular substance in the cell is inhibited when that substance has accumulated to a certain level, thereby balancing the amount provided with the amount needed. Suppression of the activity of an enzyme by a product of the sequence of reactions in which the enzyme is participating. When the product accumulates in a cell beyond an optimal amount, it decreases its own production by inhibiting an enzyme involved in its synthesis. After the product has been used or broken down, inhibition is relaxed and formation of the product resumes. Enzymes whose ability to catalyze a reaction depends on molecules other than the substances on which they act directly are said to be under allosteric control
feedback loop
The section of a control system that allows for feedback and self-correction and that adjusts its operation according to differences between the actual output and the desired output
feedback systems
computer system that is able to use feedback in its operation
holla back
enterprise feedback management
An integrated approach to the management of all forms of feedback available to an organisation; especially that via online surveys
plural form of feedback
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of feedback
output feedback
In cryptography, output feedback (OFB) is a mode of operation for a block cipher. It has some similarities to the ciphertext feedback mode in that it permits encryption of differing block sizes, but has the key difference that the output of the encryption block function is the feedback (instead of the ciphertext)
Sidewinder Force Feedback Wheel
three-dimensional computer game in which players simulate driving cars (produced by Microsoft)
negative feedback
feedback in which a portion of the signal from a later amplifier stage is fed back to an earlier stage (or to the same stage) in such a manner as to subtract from the input signal
negative feedback
Feedback that reduces the output of a system, such as the action of heat on a thermostat to limit the output of a furnace or the accumulation of toxic waste products by a growing population of bacteria
negative feedback
If some of the output of an amplifier is made to be out of phase, and mixed back with the amp's input signal, it will partially cancel the input, reducing the gain of the amplifier; this is called negative feedback
negative feedback
negative reinforcement, criticism, negative response
negative feedback
An interaction that reduces or dampens the response of the system in which it is incorporated (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
negative feedback
mechanism process by which the "cause" of a change is lessened or dampened by its "effect "
negative feedback
In systems thinking, this is a process which acts to counter or "dampen" the potentially disruptive effects of external inputs; it acts as a stabilizing mechanism
negative feedback
1) (circuits and systems) The process by which part of the signal in the output circuit of an amplifying device reacts upon the input circuit in such a manner as to counteract the initial power, thereby decreasing the amplification 2) (control) (industrial control) A feedback signal in a direction to reduce the variable that the feedback represents 3) (degeneration) (stabilized feedback) (data transmission) The process by which a part of the power in the output circuit of an amplifying device reacts upon the input circuit in such a manner as to reduce the initial power, thereby reducing the amplification (IEEE Std 100-1988)
negative feedback
The principle governing most control systems; a mechanism of response in which a stimulus initiates actions that reverse or reduce the stimulus
negative feedback
Feedback from the output of an analogue circuit that tends to oppose the input This has the effect of stabilising the circuit
negative feedback
A vomitting session in which one feels worse
negative feedback
a communicative response that extinguishes behavior in progress
negative feedback
Communication to the subject that his response was incorrect It tends to reduce the chances of repetition of the behavior
negative feedback
feedback in opposite phase with (decreasing) the input
negative feedback
A portion of the output signal that is feed to the input (of an amplifier), out of phase
negative feedback
Change in the state of a system that counteracts the measured effect of the initial alteration
negative feedback
A type of feedback in which a perturbation to a system causes a damping of the process, and thus opposes itself
positive feedback
feedback in phase with (augmenting) the input
positive feedback
Feedback that results in amplification or growth of the output signal
positive feedback
affirmative reaction, positive response
received feedback
received responses