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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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Figure 10 shows the dynamically emitted oil mass after a positive load change compared both with the dynamic (top) and the steady-state (bottom) blow-by mass.
For example, macro base stations can dynamically restrain handover to small cell base stations for the fast-moving user.
Dynamically generated documents allow us to ensure the most up-to-date compliant information no matter what industry or part of the world our customers are serving.
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Rohm Semiconductor has introduced CMOS LDO regulators featuring the company's proprietary automatic power-saving (APS) function that dynamically switches performance characteristics based on operating conditions.
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With the new version customers can create real-time infrastructure environments that dynamically allocate computing resources to enterprise applications--lowering existing operational costs and reducing data centre growth by increasing resource utilisation.
Processor clocks can be dynamically turned off when there is no useful work to be done and turned back on when there are instructions to be executed.
Dynamically vulcanized blends have a judicial control of morphology accomplished by choice of mixing methods, mixing conditions, rheological properties, control of surface energy, and chemical reaction during mixing and have resulted in production of high quality materials to meet a great variety of end use applications [6].
Finale 2007 offers the ability to automatically create and format parts as a score is created; these parts are dynamically linked--always remaining perfectly in sync with the score--but only where this is desirable.
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"This transaction, in concert with Moody's prior decision to move its headquarters to 7 World Trade Center, demonstrates that the collective vision for a dynamically revitalized Lower Manhattan is coming to fruition."

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