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Self-Correcting

Describing a situation where a trend is likely to reverse itself and restore the status quo. For example, if a security drops in price by $5, a self-correcting trend would provide some indication that it will soon rise (roughly) $5 to its previous price. See also: Reversion to the Mean.
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self-correcting

Of, relating to, or being a security price movement that is excessive and likely to be at least partially retraced.
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As sad as it may seem, governments are seldom known for self-correction unless pushed by major powers or international organisations.
Because all participants foreground teacher correction (even if some express positive thoughts or feelings about peer or self-correction), they match Hernandez Mendez and Reyes Cruz' (2012) findings, where professors considered themselves the authority for providing OCF in the classroom.
Give them the opportunity for self-correction. As often as not, students are aware of vocal issues that crop up while singing a vocalise and, given the opportunity, will fix the problem on their own.
That in itself also has the effect of draining peso liquidity from the system which causes a self-correction,' the governor said, adding that fears behind the recent surprise move from the BSP is 'really unfounded.'
The size of the balls and quantity of paste typically used means that during reflow there is a lot of self-alignment and self-correction. Faults can occur, however, and x-ray inspection should be able to confirm the majority.
Approximately 40% of aneuploid embryos which develop to the blastocyst stage undergo self-correction [11].
Yet some firms are being allowed to dodge this process if they identify underpayments themselves by "self-correction".
AI, according to Techtarget, is the simulation of human intelligence processes such as learning, reasoning and self-correction by machines.
Dar said that the market has made self-correction as depicted by the dollar exchange of Thursday morning.
* Self-Correction Program (SCP) for operational failures;
One of the ways of carrying out such programs is shaping the appropriate active self-correction [12, 13].
Self-correction would be difficult in any circumstance, but it is made all the more challenging amid the mess of self-declared "news" sites, bloggers, fake news generators and aggregators of all sorts who exist--and create their mischief--largely on the work of others.