# overshoot

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The amount by which something goes too far

Let's see if we can predict and correct for the overshoot.

When the population of a species exceeds its environment's carrying capacity
To go too far

When you drive, you must remember to not overshoot the parking space and end up with two wheels over the line.

To shoot too far
{v} to go beyond or too far, pass, assert too much
To pass swiftly over; to fly beyond
The amount that the parameter being controlled exceeds the desired value
{f} shoot over; miss the target
One type of digitizing error that results in an overextended arc
The extent to which a population exceeds the carrying capacity of its environment
To fly beyond the mark
To shoot over or beyond
A common false signal heard as the searchcoil passes over a rejected target when using a no-motion All-Metal mode in conjunction with automatic retuning Excessive tuning restoration pushes the audio above threshold level creating a positive response at the edges of target detection periphery
If a government or organization overshoots its budget, it spends more than it had planned to. The government usually overshot its original spending target. Overshoot is also a noun. the 100 million pounds overshoot in the cost of building the hospital
shoot beyond or over (a target)
The temperature of the medium or device which the thermostat is subjected to, which exceeds the maximum set or control point Example, a thermostat is set to close its contacts at 300°F, however, the air in a duct where the thermostat is installed continues to rise in temperature to say 600°F Therefore, 300°F is the possible overshoot
The amount in percent by which a signal exceeds its steady-state output on its initial rise P
The amount by which axis motion exceeds the target value Back to Top - P - Parabola-A plane curve generated by a point moving so that it's distance from a fixed second point is equal to it's distance from a fixed line
THE NUMBER OF DEGREES THAT A PROCESS EXCEEDS THE SP (SETPOINT) WHEN COMING UP TO A SPECIFIED TEMPERATURE
an approach that fails and gives way to another attempt
aim too high; "The plan overshoots its aim"
In order to appeal to the eye and suggest that letters within a certain font are the same size and color, Certain letters need to be a little larger Generally, the bowls of the letters O, C, and D dip 2% or less below the baseline and 2% or less above the topline This encourages the eye to believe they are the same size and is referred to as overshoot
An overshoot occurs when you are chasing a plane from behind and inadvertently fly past him Maneuvers that are used to avoid an overshoot include the Barrel Roll, Snap Roll, High Yo-Yo and Immelman Maneuvers that are used to force your opponent to overshoot include cutting throttle, Barrel Roll, Split-S, and hard turns out of plane
To exceed; as, to overshoot the truth
False signals produced by an autotuned nonmotion discriminate mode as the searchcoil passes too quickly past a rejected target Excessive audio restoration by automatic retuning produces these false signals outside the target response periphery
A term used in artillery to indicate a projectile impact beyond the designated target Missing the target on the high side
A characteristic of circuits employing high performance rectangular wave techniques Overshoot is the tendency of the rising and falling edges of the signal to have a damped oscillation superimposed upon them causing the voltage to momentarily rise above the normal peak signal voltage by as much as several volts
When a driving signal is suddenly applied to a filter, the output will gradually build up and sometimes exceed its steady state value This is the overshoot response of the filter See the section on Time Response for some typical examples
an approach that fails and gives way to another attempt aim too high; "The plan overshoots its aim"
When the population of a species exceeds its environments carrying capacity
A common false signal heard as the searchcoil passes over a rejected target when using a no-motion All Metal mode in conjunction with automatic retuning Excessive tuning restoration pushes the audio above threshold level creating a positive response at the edges of target detection periphery
That portion of an arc (line) digitized past its intersection with another arc See dangling arc
an approach that fails and gives way to another attempt aim too high; "The plan overshoots its aim" shoot beyond or over (a target)
– Transient change in output voltage that exceeds specified accuracy limits Typically occur on power supply turn on/off or with a step change in output load or input line
The number of degrees that a process exceeds the set point temperature when coming up to the set point temperature
A transient change in output voltage, in excess of specified output accuracy limits, that can occur when a power supply is turned on or off, or when there is a step change in line or load Overvoltage Protection A power supply feature that shuts down the supply, or crowbars or clamps the output, when its voltage exceeds a preset level
If you overshoot a place that you want to get to, you go past it by mistake. The plane apparently overshot the runway after landing
the number of degrees that a process involving heat exceeds the set-point when coming up to the set point temperature
That portion of a line digitized past its intersection with another line
The section of a bank barn that overhangs on one side to provide protection from the elements for the stable doors
The ratio of the overtravel of the pointer beyond a new steady deflection to the change in steady deflection when a new constant value of the measured quantity is suddenly applied Overtravel and deflection are determined in angular measure and the overshoot is usually expressed as a percentage of scale length
In order for the curved shape of the "O" to appear to be the same height as the flat top of the "I" it tends to "overshoot" the cap-height (or x-height, or undershoot the baseline) by about 3% of the cap-height (or x-height) For a triangular shape (such as "A") the overshoot is even greater, perhaps 5% These guidelines are based on the way the eye works and the optical illusions it generates and are taken from Peter Karow's Digital Formats for Typefaces, p 26) See also X-height, Cap-height, Ascender, Descender, Baseline
overshot
Simple past tense and past participle of overshoot
overshot
{a} overshot mill or wheel is one which receives the water a little beyond the top on the descent, so that the water is shot over the wheel
overshooting
The tendency of a pool of MBS to reflect an especially high rate of prepayments the first time it crosses the threshold for refinancing, specially if two or more years have passed since the date of issue without the weighted average coupon of the pool crossing the refinancing threshold
overshooting
The tendency of a pool of MBSs to reflect an especially high rate or prepayments the first time it crosses the threshold for refinancing, especially if two or more years have passed since the date of issue without the WAC of the pool having crossed the refinancing threshold
overshooting
The tendency of a pool of M B S s to reflect an especially high rate of prepayments the first time it crosses the threshold for refinancing, especially if two or more years have passed since the date of issue without the weighted average coupon of the pool having crossed the refinancing threshold
overshooting
{i} act or instance of missing the target; act or instance of shooting over something
overshooting
1 to pass swiftly beyond 2 to shoot or pass over or beyond so as to miss
overshooting
The tendency of a pool of MBS to reflect an especially high rate of prepayments the first time it crosses the threshold for refinancing, especially if two or more years have passed since the date of issue without the weighted average coupon of the pool crossing the refinancing threshold
overshooting
present participle of overshoot
overshoots
third-person singular of overshoot
overshot
overshot
From Overshoot, v
overshot
A distinct weaving pattern or the technique for achieving it It involves a special loom threading and the use of heavy yarn (alternating with inner yarn) in the weft or narrow direction
overshot
having an upper part projecting beyond the lower; "an overshot jaw"
overshot
(adverb) The condition that is said to exist in a titration when enough titrant has been added to accidentally go beyond the equivalence point (or the endpoint) This is one of the most common sources of error in a titration
overshot
Having the upper teeth projecting beyond the lower; said of the jaws of some dogs
overshot
having an upper part projecting beyond the lower; "an overshot jaw
overshot
Having an upper part projecting beyond the lower as in an overshot jaw
overshot
past of overshoot
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tıp) overshoot
overshoot

o·ver·shoot

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## Aussprache

/ˈōvərˌsʜo͞ot/ /ˈoʊvɜrˌʃuːt/

## Tempora

overshoots, overshooting, overshot

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