nonlinear approach

nonlinear approach

In approach and landing systems, a final approach in which the nominal flight path is not a straight line.
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Working against it: After Moonlight, expectations could burden this movie, which gorgeously unfolds in a nonlinear approach that could prove off-putting to older academy members averse to flashbacks of the nonacid variety.
The average error and root mean square deviation have shown bigger values between the seepage model and the discharge hydrograph obtained with the nonlinear approach, as much as we varied the coefficient kt.
In 2016, with the large online synchrophasor data, Liu proposed an adaptive nonlinear approach which was applied to detect islanding [14].
His veering away from a traditional ally like the United States and his making friends with China is no more than his radical and nonlinear approach to nation-building.
In order to compare the results of the multibody nonlinear approach to the linear FEM, which employs linear DLM aerodynamics, limiting the sources of discrepancies between the methodologies, equivalent strip theory coefficients are derived from the DLM aerodynamic matrix.
Her nonlinear approach to the narrative was intentional.
This necessitates a nonlinear approach to discourse, borne out in the staging of the exhibition itself, whose final section was devoted to the artist's experimentation with the moving image and with performance.
Other topics include variable sensitivity based robust design for nonlinear systems, hybrid model/data-based robust design under model uncertainty, a nonlinear approach to robust eigenvalue design under parameter variation, and intelligence-based hybrid integration.
This nonlinear approach may be confusing to some readers but it does add suspense.
In a nonlinear approach, however, small changes can have large effects.