induction problem

induction problem

[in′dək·shən ‚präb·ləm]
(electromagnetism)
An effect of potentials and currents induced in conductors of a telephone system by paralleling power facilities or power lines.
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The reference [18] has given a simple model for PEC induction problem, which is available to our research.
Interestingly enough, it says it is the only available sorter on the market that does not require the 'Heath Robinson' style approach of using specially designed mechanical infills to deal with any induction problem.
But Logan Teleflex believes the problem with infills goes much further because by masking the induction problem they can lead to lost baggage.
of Manitoba, Canada) started out collecting some induction problems for discrete math students and then couldn't stop himself, thereafter assembling more than 750 of the addictive things for this handbook and supplementing them with a grounding in theory and discussion of applications.
We sought to understand (a) the mental processes underlying everyday predictive and postdictive judgments involving objects undergoing either change or no change of state over time and (b) the relation of these processes to intelligence, Forty adult (nonstudert) participants were asked to solve 40 induction problems, each Presented in four forms, for a total of 160 test items.
Sternberg and Gastel (1989a, 1989b) required participants to solve induction problems under assumptions that were either conventional (e.
The re-synchronisation technology automatically corrects induction problems caused by unstable bags, thereby overcoming a regular headache for maintenance staff.