Delay phenomenon | definition of delay phenomenon by Medical dictionary
a method of improving survival of skin grafts by raising large flaps in several stages before they are transferred.
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The delay phenomenon
exists because the output signal begins to change only after a certain period of time following the change in the input signal of a controlled object.
In particular, the delay phenomenon
affects the determination of a key parameter known as the mean free path -- the average path a wave travels before it's scattered.