response

A response is the following:

  • Often a response is the result of a stimulus.
  • In data transmission, a response is the content of the control field of a response frame advising the primary station concerning the processing by the secondary station of one or more command frames.
  • In telecommunications, a response is the effect of a driving signal upon an active or passive device. An output resulting from an input.
  • In liturgy, a response (symbol "R/" or "℟") is a line spoken or sung by a congregation or sung by a choir, answering a versicle.
  • In emergency management, response is one of four phases in the emergency management cycle.
  • In statistics, a response variable or realization thereof.

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