The number of degrees that a process exceeds the set point temperature when coming up to the set point temperature.
An approach that fails and gives way to another attempt; SYN. wave-off, go-around.
go-around · wave-off
The phenomenon in which a system suffers from a time delay in responding to input and continues to change state even after it has reached the desired state. This situation requires that correcting input be made so that the system reaches the desired state. For example, the arm carrying the heads in a hard disk drive might move slightly past the desired track before it stops, requiring another signal to pull it back.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: overshot).
1. To aim too high.
2. To shoot beyond or over (a target).