stationary limit

stationary limit

[′stā·shə‚ner·ē ′lim·ət]
(relativity)
In the Kerr solution to Einstein's equations, a surface on which a particle would have to move with the local light velocity in order to appear stationary to a distant observer, and inside which no particle can appear stationary to such an observer. Also known as static limit.
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The solution approaches a Dirichlet distribution, with nonpositive covariances [2], in the statistically stationary limit, Figure 4(b).