Feedback

Feedback,

Definition of Feedback:

  1. The return of a fraction of the output signal from an amplifier, microphone, or other device to the input of the same device; sound distortion produced by this.

  2. The modification or control of a process or system by its results or effects, e.g., in a biochemical pathway or behavioral response.

  3. Process in which the effect or output of an action is returned (fed-back) to modify the next action. Feedback is essential to the working and survival of all regulatory mechanisms found throughout living and non-living nature, and in man-made systems such as education system and economy. As a two-way flow, feedback is inherent to all interactions, whether human-to-human, human-to-machine, or machine-to-machine. In an organizational context, feedback is the information sent to an entity (individual or a group) about its prior behavior so that the entity may adjust its current and future behavior to achieve the desired result. Feedback occurs when an environment reacts to an action or behavior. For example, customer feedback is the buyers reaction to a firms products and policies, and operational feedback is the internally generated information on a firms performance. Response to a stimuli (such as criticism or praise) is considered a feedback only if it brings about a change in the recipients behavior. See also homeostasis.

  4. Information about reactions to a product, a persons performance of a task, etc. which is used as a basis for improvement.

Synonyms of Feedback

Response, Birdies, Blooping, Blurping, Closed loop, Closed sequence, Current-control circuit, Degeneration, Distortion, Flip-flop circuit, Flutter, Fluttering, Hissing, Howling, Hum, Motorboating, Positive feedback, Process loop, Quality loop, Reversed feedback, Rumble, Scratching, Shredding, Squeals, Static, Whistles, Woomping, Wow, Wowwows

How to use Feedback in a sentence?

  1. Any time you try something for the first time it is nice to get some positive feedback from someone with more experience than you.
  2. These internal forcings result from feedback within the climate system.
  3. We were always allowed to give feedback , bad or good, when our team attempted a new endeavor because it helped to improve things.
  4. I do not want to interrupt the debate, but there is a bit of feedback coming through the microphones.
  5. Whenever my friend enters a costume she has made to be judged for a competition, the feedback she receives from the judges helps her make an even better costume the next time around.
  6. We improve our products, based on feedback, until theyre the best.

Meaning of Feedback & Feedback Definition