dynamic characteristic

dynamic characteristic

[dī¦nam·ik kar·ik·tə′ris·tik]
(electronics)
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Therefore, from among the existing methods of approximate description it is possible to select the operator of cutting in the form of an aperiodic component of the first or second order to perform as the dynamic characteristic of cutting (Eliasberg & Binder, 1989).
3 too, that dynamic characteristic of the actuator arm position is highly nonlinear.
It is complicated to calculate the precise operation point on dynamic characteristic especially for a fossil-fuel power plant.
Dynamic characteristic of the `functional compartment' of dopamine in dopaminergic terminals of the rat striatum.
As a group they never quite succeeded in accomplishing their goal of generating a specific definition or articulation of a black aesthetic because they could not overcome the diverse viewpoints that reflected a dynamic characteristic of African-American public experience and private needs.
Moreover, the effects of payload on the dynamic characteristic of the system have been studied and discussed.
The basic strategy of smoke-pixel judgment is composed of two decision functions: a chromaticity-based decision function in static characteristic and a diffusion-based decision function in dynamic characteristic.
It evolved from using this dynamic characteristic to nondestructively test parts to confirm proper stress relief.
If a time variant signal is used it is necessary to know the dynamic characteristic of the optocoupler considering this added circuit to signal path circuit which changes this signal.
After a short introduction to signaling and radiated interference in digital systems, the book provides a detailed characterization of logic families in terms of static and dynamic characteristic useful for modeling techniques.

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