monostable


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monostable

[¦män·ō¦stā·bəl]
(electronics)
Having only one stable state.
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Ditto, "Monostable array-enhanced stochastic resonance," Physical Review E: Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, vol.
Liu, "Exponential stability of traveling fronts in monostable reaction-advection-diffusion equations with non-local delay," Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems--Series B, vol.
Stiffness nonlinearity (monostable, bistable, or tristable) has been frequently introduced to vibration-based energy harvesters in order to broaden the operating bandwidth thus to adapt to environments with broadband or frequency variant vibrations [144-147] (Tang and Yang, 2012).
In addition, Rohde & Schwarz has complemented the universal SPDT and SP6T monostable relay modules with bistable versions.
A transcritical bifurcation is the state transition of a dynamic system where a monostable steady state and an unstable steady state coexist and exchange their stability as the level of perturbation increases.
If there is only one attractor, the phase plane is called "monostable," and all the time courses end on that attractor.
Chmaj, "Uniqueness of travelling waves for nonlocal monostable equations," Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, vol.
A fast comparator that feeds a monostable reads each of the 160 PSPM anodic signals.
IVAC is a dual-action pneumatic cylinder with monostable 5/2 directional valve which conforms to ISO 15552 and can be easily and smoothly integrated into existing systems with standard fastening elements--creating significant reductions in installation and operating costs.
More advanced circuits can be crafted such as delay circuits, monostable circuits and clock and pulse generators.
The monostable made with MMC 4093 ensures the same duration for the transducers generated pulses.
This section continues investigating the emergence of behavioral mechanisms but evolving agents with dynamically limited controllers (monostable agents) and compares them to less limited ones (bistable agents).