complex low

complex low

[′käm‚pleks ′lō]
(meteorology)
An area of low atmospheric pressure within which more than one low-pressure center is found.
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This is an exciting opportunity to transfer and update some of the technologies and methods used in the high-pressure transmission system to complex low pressure gas distribution networks.
South of the so-called high pressure belt lies another zone of complex low pressure systems visible as strong vortices, but these are driven by the outer fringes of the rotating high pressure cell, and not so much by the temperature of the water.
To be able to identify complex low vision aids and understand their usage in practice (Group 4.
There is lots of complex low register playing, lots of rhythmic activity, lots of leaping around.
These include employment taxes, fuel duty, complex low carbon taxes and business rates.
Mobile handset applications are driven by battery life, which necessitates the application of complex low power design techniques," said Francois Martin, director of the Wireless Multimedia Digital SoC's Business Unit at ST-Ericsson.
A subsequent abdominal ultrasound found a large complex low anterior abdominal mass abutting the uterine fundus measuring 10 x 6.
The apparently simple, yet complex low, "transparent" style characteristic of Les Regrets contributes significantly to the poems' status as epistles.
This matches the description of a complex low pressure system.
The new solution empowers customers to deliver real-time applications such as continuous risk assessment, extremely complex low latency algorithmic trading and the creation and dissemination of highly enriched market data, in a fraction of the time that traditional approaches would require.
A major anticyclone with core pressures well above 1030hPa straddled the Date Line (1800) in the south Pacific while on our side, a complex low pressure pattern covered most of southern Africa and the southern oceans.
CSR's chips can run for years on a single coin cell battery, and may be used in simple sensors such as a step counting foot pods, heart rate monitors or car keyfobs, as well as in more complex low power devices such as a watch that can control and display information from a mobile phone.