stationary state


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stationary state

[′stā·shə‚ner·ē ′stāt]
(quantum mechanics)
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The "transformation" for which "the time is ripe" is the creation of a workers' democracy in the emergent stationary state.
Declining profits per worker would be a contributing factor to leading the economy to the stationary state.
As we have already seen, Mill's thinking on the stationary state was definitely counter to the host of classical economists.
Speculations on the Stationary State, The New Left Review 59: 5-26.
5, p = 1, q = 1, r = 1, we observed an interesting scenario of the chaos development in the system: From the stationary state after doubling period bifurcation, the periodic regime with an attractor consisting of two points occurs, from which, in its turn, a quasiperiodic regime and an attractor of two annuli come up (see Figure 3.
While the system is operating around that stationary state, controlling the system with PI controller designed for that specific stationary state usually produces satisfactory results.
Abstract: Adam Smith argued that the 'natural' wage is an increasing function of the rate of accumulation; and only in the stationary state would it be at the 'subsistence' (ZPG) level.
3]] implies the establishment of a stationary state.
The quasi-steady state operation will be referred to in this paper as stationary state.
In order to illustrate this new interpretation of subatomic particles, let us consider for example an electron being in a stationary state of hydrogen atom.