Irreversibility


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Irreversibility

crossing the Rubicon
Caesar passes point of no return into Italy. [Rom. Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 941]
Humpty Dumpty
all the King’s men failed to reassemble him. [Nuns. Rhyme: Mother Goose, 40]
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Historically, the property of irreversibility indicated above is known to be related to the Carnot's second Law of Classical Thermodynamics.
Goldberger, "Multiscale analysis of heart rate dynamics: entropy and time irreversibility measures," Cardiovascular Engineering, vol.
We demonstrate that the proposed method satisfies the irreversibility, revocability, and unlinkability.
Makinde [24] studied the inherent heat irreversibility in reactive fluid through a channel filled with porous material.
Where [[phi].sub.1] is called irreversibility distribution ratio which is defined as:
Then we investigate the time irreversibility of the collected fluctuation series.
"Until these obligations can be consistently met, it is best not to proceed with executions given the irreversibility of a sentence of death," State Department acting spokesperson Marie Harf said.
In democracies, this irreversibility comes about when policies secure a supportive constituency in their favor sufficiently large and powerful that their reversal becomes politically impossible.
After insisting on the irreversibility of the democratic choice made by Morocco, HM the King expressed commitment "to seeing that this choice is further consolidated".
The results obtained show that the greater the temperature difference between either the condenser and the environment, or the evaporator and the cold room, the higher the irreversibility rate.
It will be close to the scope that candidate countries usually undertake and could become a beacon for socially important reforms, ensuring the irreversibility of Ukraine's European integration.