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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In a nonlinear approach, however, small changes can have large effects.
Using this nonlinear approach, we can identify the economic variables that explain the transition of the electricity consumption-income-price nexus from one regime to another.
Instead of the linear approach that tries to anticipate every possible contingency, a resilient nonlinear approach ensures adaptability and survival.
In the fifth part another nonlinear approach is presented, namely the Multiplicative Representation.
Chibi-Robo offers the kind of nonlinear approach that Nintendo has pioneered with other games, such as the puppy-training Nintendogs(TM) or the music-making Electroplankton(TM).
In the last decade, software known as ProTools has dominated the soundboards at most recording studios, providing a nonlinear approach to mixing and munching music.
Fromberg skillfully moves readers away from a linear to a nonlinear approach to early education.
Productivity - the nonlinear approach and parallel authoring process allows users to dramatically increase productivity and create a huge amount of texture assets
Each chapter has a common structure, with an introduction briefly describing the state of the art in the area discussed, an explanation of the advantages of using a nonlinear approach, a demonstration of new methods and results, and a summary.
Australia) and Broeidenbach (an anthropologist and journalist based in Berlin, Germany), contributors adopt a nonlinear approach to multidisciplinary questions of nationalism and transnationalism, with main chapters being supplemented by numerous side boxes interrogating the main text's premises and arguments, offering additional commentary on important concepts, or presenting different theoretical and disciplinary perspectives on important issues.