equivalent elements

equivalent elements

[ə¦kwiv·ə·lənt ′el·ə·məns]
(mathematics)
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The first principle of practical shooting reads: "Accuracy, power and speed are the equivalent elements of practical marksmanship, and practical competition must be conducted in such a way as to evaluate these elements equally."
The resonators are then replaced by the distributed equivalent elements by equating the susceptance slops of the actual resonators to those of the lumped-element resonators at the band pass center frequency.
(336) In this constellation, a device which is not equivalent under the literal infringement analysis may be found to use equivalent elements under the doctrine of equivalents as well.
We saw the program as a composite of equivalent elements lacking a formal hierarchy ...
In the design of filters it can specifically be used for, but is not limited to, the design of microwave stripline or microstrip equivalent elements, such as broadband, narrowband and edge filters, and antennas, and for phase matching, power division, frequency-based data separation, impedance matching and complex wave analysis.
Equivalent elements cannot be distinguished by the relation [right arrow] alone.
For practical shooting, in which accuracy and speed are equivalent elements, the gun must be made ready to fire with the least possible delay.
The equivalent elements of practical shooting are reflected in the IPSC motto "Diligentia, Vis, Celeritas" (DVC) which translates from the Latin as Accuracy, Power, Speed.

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