aperiodic


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aperiodic

[¦a‚pir·ē¦äd·ik]
(physics)
Of irregular occurrence; not periodic; not displaying resonant response.
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Since the aperiodic response means that the extreme does not exist for positive [t.
b]/1-t) is an aperiodic power series with nonnegative coefficients, we can apply Theorem 3.
Our result implies that the Cerny conjecture is true for a large class of automata that includes, in particular, orientable automata [6], monotonic and generalized monotonic automata [2, 3], aperiodic automata [12], and weakly monotonic automata [14].
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In the second half, we conducted an investigation to clarify whether this instantaneous flow structure was caused by the periodic fluctuation of the downwash and trailing vortices or generated by aperiodic fluctuation, which was not involved in the periodic fluctuation.
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