Overshoot

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Overshoot

[signal] In signal processing, control theory, electronics, and mathematics, overshoot is when a signal or function exceeds its target. It arises especially in the step response of bandlimited systems such as low-pass filters. It is often followed by ringing, and at times conflated with this latter. ==Definition== Maximum overshoot is defin...
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Overshoot

[population] In population dynamics and population ecology, overshoot occurs when a population exceeds the long term carrying capacity of its environment. The consequence of overshoot is called a crash or die-off. ==Humans== An attempt to apply this concept to human experience is Overshoot: The Ecological Basis of Revolutionary Change, by W...
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Overshoot

[microwave communication] Overshoot is the unintended reception of microwave signals in microwave communication, occurring as a result of an unusual ionospheric conditions. == See also == ...
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Overshoot

[typography] In typeface design, the overshoot of a round or pointed letter (like O or A) is the degree to which it extends higher or lower than a comparably sized `flat` letter (like X or H), to achieve an optical effect of being the same size. Formally, it is the degree to which capital letters go below the baseline or above the cap heigh...
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overshoot

[n] - an approach that fails and gives way to another attempt 2. [v] - shoot beyond or over (a target) 3. [v] - aim too high
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Overshoot

The point where human consumption and waste production exceed nature`s capacity to create new resources and absorb waste.
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Overshoot

The amount by which an output exceeds its intended value at initial power-up or in response to a step change in load or input voltage
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Overshoot

The number of degrees that a process exceeds the set point temperature when coming up to the set point temperature.
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Overshoot

O`ver·shoot' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Overshot ; present participle & verbal noun Overshooting .] 1. To shoot over or beyond. 'Not to overshoot his game.' South. 2. To pass swiftly ov...
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Overshoot

O`ver·shoot' intransitive verb To fly beyond the mark. Collier.
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overshoot

1. Generally, any initial change, in response to a sudden step change in some factor, that is greater than the steady-state response to the new level of that factor; common in systems in which inertia or a time lag in negative feedback outweighs any damping that may be present. Changes in a negative direction are sometimes distinguished by the term...
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overshoot

wave-off noun an approach that fails and gives way to another attempt
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Overshoot

• (v. t.) To exceed; as, to overshoot the truth. • (v. t.) To shoot over or beyond. • (v. i.) To fly beyond the mark. • (v. t.) To pass swiftly over; to fly beyond.
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overshoot

for a step response, the maximum transient deviation from the final steady-state value of the output variable, usually expressed in percentage of the difference between the final and the initial steady-state values
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overshoot

a transient phenomenon caused by a sudden variation of a signal at the input of a two port device and characterized by a temporary exaggeration of the values of the output signal above the steady state value that it should reach, generally followed by a damped oscillation around this steady state value NOTE - An overshoot may affect a step transiti...
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overshoot

Type: Term Pronunciation: ō′vĕr-shūt Definitions: 1. Generally, any initial change, in response to a sudden step change in some factor, that is greater than the steady-state response to the new level of that factor; common in systems in which inertia or a time lag in negative feedback outweighs any damping that may be present. ...
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Overshoot

Flight Path Overshoot - Attacking aircraft is forced to the outside of his intended victim's flight path while attempting to achieve a shot. In a severe overshoot, the attacker's flight path carries him forward of the defender's 3-9 line and roles can be reversed.
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OVERSHOOT

To land beyond a runwway or planned spot. Opposite of UNDERSHOOT.
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Overshoot

To land beyond a runwway or planned spot. Opposite of UNDERSHOOT.
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