Pendulum without friction. Limit cycle in phase space: no sensitivity to initial conditions. Pendulum with friction. Fixed point attractor in phase space: no sensitivity to initial conditions. Pendulum with friction: basin of attraction.By morrison
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The FEEDBACK Loop. The research of John Hattie and how it applies to student achievement. Remember the dial?. Know what works best and t he explanatory story of why it works best. John Hattie will remind us….
MEN: feedback loop. WOMEN: Menstrual cycle (no fertilization). WOMEN: Hormones of the menstrual cycle. WOMEN: Feedback loop of the early and mid follicular phases . WOMEN: Late follicular phase LH surge . Stimulatory. Inhibitory. Positive feedback. Negative feedback. 2. 2. 3. 3.
Feedback Dynamics and Feedback Loop. Dr. Manish Semwal GMIS. System. A system is a set of dynamic, interacting elements, organized for a process of achievement. Closed System.
Generation of Square and Triangular Waveforms. Bistable Multivibrators. Figure 13.17 A positive-feedback loop capable of bistable operation.
Generation of Square and Triangular Waveforms . Bistable Multivibrators. Figure 13.17 A positive-feedback loop capable of bistable operation.
Talk given at the Oredev 2010 conference on the collaboration track (http://oredev.org/2010/sessions/tightening-the-feedback-loop)
An updated presentation giving some tips of giving and receiving effective feedback
Positive Feedback and Bistability. BIOE 423: 2013. Stable state. Transient state. Stable state. Simulation of biochemical network. Stable steady state. Multiple stable states. Different starting points lead to different steady states. Positive Feedback. v1 = ? v2 = ? dS/dt = ?. v2.
Positive and Negative Feedback. Positive Feedback. Designed to accelerate or enhance a response that has already started Pushes systems outside of their normal range. Positive Feedback Example. Childbirth Pressure receptors encourage the release of Oxytocin in the Pituitary Gland