nonlinearity


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nonlinearity

[‚nän‚lin·ē′är·əd·ē]
(science and technology)
The deviation of any functional relationship from direct proportionality.
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Therefore any contribution from the solvent to the observed nonlinearity is negligible at the laser input intensity used.
Secondly, the simulation results are presented and then analysed for the effect of a small but global nonclassical nonlinearity.
Acoustic nonlinearity parameters and higher-order elastic constants for crystals.
In this simulation free space path loss was fixed, HPA nonlinearity - moderate, and two noise temperatures were considered.
In this simulation, free space path loss was fixed (160 dB), nonlinearity of HPAs was moderate (back-off level 7 dB), and two noise temperatures were considered (20 K and 290 K).
Wong credits his outstanding students for the exceptional work they've done on the study, and adds, "We are fortunate to have the expertise right here at Columbia Engineering to combine the optical nonlinearity in graphene with chip-scale photonic circuits to generate microwave photonic signals in new and different ways.
Here, ruleset 5 is tested over three iterations for the cryptographic properties like, balancedness, nonlinearity, resiliency and algebraic degree (tab.
It consists of a linear dynamic followed in series by a static nonlinearity.
Of the 21 samples of pancreatic cyst fluid examined, 9 exhibited marked nonlinearity in the measurement of CEA and/or CA 19-9 upon dilution.
As horror-flick titles go, Night of the Living Chaos and Rosemary's Nonlinearity aren't the catchiest.
Featuring a bipolar range +/-999,999 display with 24-bit resolution, nonlinearity of 0.