dynamic convergence

dynamic convergence

[dī¦nam·ik kən′vər·jəns]
(electronics)
The process whereby the locus of the point of convergence of electron beams in a color-television or other multibeam cathode-ray tube is made to fall on a specified surface during scanning.
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The evolving flower market is being shaped by a dynamic convergence: The gradual contraction of the medical market has seen patient participation fall (from a peak of 116,000 in 2009 to just over 84,000 today), and a strong shift to value-added products, most notably concentrates and vapes.
The 2019 program, "The Dynamic Convergence of Gaming," will feature three new programs and an additional keynote from Bill Miller, the new president and chief executive officer of American Gaming Association.
To truly fulfill its potential, an integrated report would provide management with a dynamic convergence of information relative to their performance.
Figure 2 presents the best fit exponential for dynamic convergence and divergence responses in a typical control subject (N-V-10), as well as in a typical subject with mTBI (TBI-V-1), with both exhibiting accurate responses.
Kite surfing has been described as the most extreme of water sports because of its 'dynamic convergence' of windsurfing, surfing, para- gliding and power kiting.
At the beginning of this thick and exceptional work, Sies and Silver note the "dynamic convergence" of the allied but previously discrete fields of urban history and planning history which occurred during the 1980s.
We've all heard visions of dynamic convergence, a flat panel operated by touch, with a virtually unlimited supply of information, interactive ads and subject matter chosen just for you by what computer people call an agent.

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