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Korte’s laws

the laws describing the optimal conditions for the production of apparent motion that occurs when two or more stationary targets are presented in succession. The significant variables include the intensity of the stimuli, as well as their spatial separation, duration, and the interval between presentations. See also apparent movement. [Adolf Korte, German psychologist]

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set zone

set zone

the range of values for a variable that a feedback system is to maintain. See also critical range.