undershoot


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un·der·shoot

(ŭn'dĕr-shūt),
A temporary decrease below the final steady-state value that may occur immediately following the removal of an influence that had been increasing that value, that is, overshoot in a negative direction.

un·der·shoot

(ŭn'dĕr-shūt)
A temporary decrease below the final steady-state value that may occur immediately following the removal of an influence that had been raising that value, i.e., overshoot in a negative direction.
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In most applications, overshoot causes more concern than undershoot. "Overshoot will not necessarily destroy your circuits," explained Chin-Hong.
Basketball offers another example of the presence of the undershoot bias -the idea that the most missed shots will hit the front of the rim rather than the back.
However, the aforementioned tendency to undershoot the target appears to have led some to believe that the MPC is not operating a symmetric target.
Specifically, we wanted to see if a stress undershoot must occur near the die exit for a flared die to suppress die drool.
The PID controller undershoots and oscillates, the dual thermocouple control hesitates and goes through an obvious reset, and the adaptive reset control quickly returns to setpoint in about a third of the time as the other two.
He went on: "Barring a disaster in March, this still points to an undershoot of the full year forecast of pounds 148.5bn, but that undershoot may be closer to pounds 5bn than the pounds 10bn to pounds 15bn previously hoped.
The MPC's 2.5 per cent inflation target is supposed to be symmetric, meaning that an undershoot is viewed as serious as an overshoot.
Instead, the blender dispensed two or more ingredients while weighing each once and compensating on the next batch for any over- or undershoot on the previous batch.
These reflections are more commonly known as ringing and can cause undershoot or overshoot when the reflections return and combine with the original signal.
The usual seasonal spring rise in home sales and prices has received support from lower mortgage rates, despite the June undershoot. The second wind for the housing sector in 2019 has been spotty however, and analysts've seen little boost for the construction spending data that drive the residential component of GDP.
"This is a good day for the Chancellor, because on current trends the 2010-11 deficit could undershoot the OBR's pounds 149bn forecast by around pounds 10bn.
The Government said last night that the result confirmed the success of its actions to help the economy, but one expert said the undershoot could reignite the debate over the need for next year's planned National Insurance hike.