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feedforward

 [fēd-for´werd]
the anticipatory effect that one intermediate in a metabolic or endocrine control system exerts on another intermediate further along in the pathway; such effect may be positive or negative.

feedforward

(fēd″for′wĭrd)
Anticipatory motor impulses sent before movement to prepare the musculoskeletal system for postural adjustments. The feedforward mechanism is thought to help prepare muscles to perform required tasks.
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We train GMM, feed-forward DNN and long short-term memory (LSTM) recurrent neural network (RNN) methods using the MFCC features.
feed-forward networks (feed-forward backpropagation, cascade-forward backpropagation, perceptron, etc.), radial basis networks (generalized regression and probabilistic NNs), and dynamic networks (Elman, Hopfield, nonlinear autoregressive, etc.) are the supervised networks.
From Figure.9 (c), with the feed-forward compensation control, the quadrature axis current changes from direct current to sinusoidal current.
Educators discussed that strategies to feed-forward information and openly disclose issues were helpful to address issues such as anxiety.
A feed-forward network has more layers that is used to learn complex relationships more quickly.
Professor Camillus' feed-forward framework for fashioning wicked strategies empowers firms to presciently transform their business models before they are made obsolete by the competition.
The existing ams portfolio of analog ANC solutions includes products based on feed-forward, feedback and hybrid topologies, in both single-ended stereo and mono bridge tied load versions.
The newer methods include feed-forward neural networks, series of basis functions, kernel regression, multivariate splines, etc.
The newer methods include feed-forward neural networks, series of basis functions, kernel regression, multivariate splines, etc., which do not require a prior knowledge of the nonlinearities in the relations.
Figure 13 shows results of using d-q theory where LPF have been used in feed-forward configuration to filter out harmonic current.
The study was designed to test the idea that diverse processes operating in cordilleran-style orogenic belts may be linked in feedback and feed-forward relationships.
The undesirable start-up transient can be avoided if the control is augmented with a feed-forward compensation scheme, as shown in Fig.