I want to update the rendering at 60fps, but the logic at some lower rate, say 15Hz. But if an object only moves when the game logic updates, then it would appear to stutter badly especially for lower frequencies. I guess the rendering system could interpolate an entity's vector and draw the model moving at a lower dt, but if the game logic causes the entity to change direction it will appear to teleport back, and so on. I can imagine many more problems.
How is this usually solved in games? Surely most engines want to decouple rendering from game logic, so there must have been some though put into this. Or does everyone just update all systems that have graphical effects at the same rate?