User talk:Lunar Spectrum

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Hi, Lunar – I agree that example of feedback could be better (I supplied the current one, wasn't too happy about it, then forgot it). More at Talk:Reinforcing_successive_approximations#Feedback_vs._shaping. John FitzGerald 13:46, 15 December 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the input. Looking back I think I was over-thinking it. Forkle posted pretty simply that "feedback" is just another word for "consequences," and I'm going to try to fix it along those lines. But with that clarification, I have to wonder if the paragraph might be redundant. Lunar Spectrum | Talk 03:26, 21 December 2006 (UTC)