Definitions for "Feedforward"
A method that "precompensates" a control loop for known errors due to motor, drive, or load characteristics to improve response. It depends only on the command, not the measured error.
The design process is directed by energy that seeks novelty without fully comprehending what it might be. The energy is generated by an aesthetic and intuitive response to the challenge of the design situation. Feedforward is like a strange attractor for the developing design system.
A specific connection structure of a neural net, where neurons of one neuron layer may only have connections to neurons of other layers. An example of such a net type is the Perceptron.