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dynamic

1. of or concerned with energy or forces that produce motion, as opposed to static
2. of or concerned with dynamics
3. Music of, relating to, or indicating dynamics
4. Computing (of a memory) needing its contents refreshed periodically

dynamic

Said of a structure whose physical behavior characteristics are time-related, i.e., are nonstatic.

dynamic

Operations performed "on the fly," which are based on decisions made while the program is running rather than beforehand. The expression, "buffers are dynamically created," means that space is created when actually needed, not reserved ahead of time. The expression, "data are compressed onto the disk dynamically" means that the compression algorithms are being applied when the data are being written rather than before. Contrast with static. See runtime and dynamic programming language. See also Microsoft Dynamics.
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Lu, "Partial-information-based synchronization analysis for complex dynamical networks," Journal of the Franklin Institute, vol.
According to Lemma 4, the decrease of V(x) in finite time drives the trajectories of the dynamical system into [V.sup.[eta]](x).
In this paper, hybrid generalized function projective delay synchronization of complex dynamical networks are discussed.
Ruelle, Dynamical zeta functions for piecewise monotone maps of the interval, CRM Monograph Series, 4, Amer.
Hence the fundamental insight is that Newton's gravitational acceleration field g(r, t) for matter is really the acceleration field a(r, t) of the structured dynamical space and that quantum matter acquires that acceleration because it is fundamentally a wave effect, and the wave is refracted by the accelerations of space.
Let X := W x [OMEGA] and (X, [Z.sub.+], [pi]) be a semigroup dynamical system on X, where [pi](n, (u, [omega])) := ([phi](n, u, [omega]), [sigma](n, [omega])) for all u [member of] W and u [member of] [OMEGA], then (X, [Z.sub.+], [pi]) is called [19] a skew-product dynamical system, generated by the cocycle <W, [phi], ([OMEGA], [phi], [Z.sub.+], a)>.
On the other hand, the numerical integration of the dynamical system uses the classical Runge-Kutta method.
We propose such an additive noise test case for the dynamical core development effort.
The dynamical model with a nonlinear friction model of a robot manipulator is given in Section 2.
A dynamical system (X, F) is topologically transitive if and only if, for all nonempty subsets U and V of X, there exist n positive such that the iteration of F on U intersects V at least at a point.
An adaptive pinning control method is proposed in [15] to synchronize for a delayed complex dynamical network with free coupling matrix.

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