time diagram

time diagram

[′tīm ‚dī·ə‚gram]
(astronomy)
A diagram in which the celestial equator appears as a circle, and celestial meridians and hour circles as radial lines; used to facilitate solution of time problems and other problems involving arcs of the celestial equator or angles at the pole, by indicating relations between various quantities involved; conventionally, the relationships are given as viewed from a point over the South Pole, in a westward direction or counterclockwise. Also known as diagram on the plane of the celestial equator; diagram on the plane of the equinoctial.
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1] (i = 1, 2, 3) by numerical simulations, such as bifurcation diagrams, largest Lyapunov exponents, strange attractors, and time diagram.
Figure 9 shows the time diagram of the output of [q.
The measurement process, consisting of four periods, is shown as the time diagram in Fig.
The earlier mentioned signal change (see fourth period of time diagram, Fig.
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Caption: FIGURE 3: (a) Diagram of valve operation, (b) time diagram of currents and voltages of three-phase inverter at [lambda] = 120[degrees], and (c, d, e) equivalent schemes for different coupling of opened and closed valves.
The normalized time diagram of the signal reflected from the waveguide--fluid interface and received in the zone of the ultrasonic transducer in a case of the cylindrical titanium waveguide is presented in Fig.
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Time diagrams of the transmitted and reflected signals in a case of titanium waveguide obtained using the finite difference and finite element techniques are presented in Fig.
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