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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To understand the dynamic evolution of the system, we show the dynamic features of system (9) with increasing [[alpha].sub.i] (i = 1, 2) by numerical simulations, such as bifurcation diagrams, largest Lyapunov exponents, strange attractors, and time diagram.
The purpose of this part is to display the complex dynamics characteristics of system (5) with the change of the output adjustment speed parameter [[alpha].sub.1] (i = 1, 2, 3) by numerical simulations, such as bifurcation diagrams, largest Lyapunov exponents, strange attractors, and time diagram.
The measurement process, consisting of four periods, is shown as the time diagram in Fig.
For the accurate time determination, our model relies on the on the REFA time diagram (REFA 1997), which is briefly introduced in figure 1.
Autocorrelation functions do not show the phases of the periodical processes and we have to return to the time diagram in Fig.
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.
For instance, looking at typical space time diagrams of two CA gives no clue on whether one simulates another, because the simulation can occur on a set of configurations of measure 0.
All faults are recorded and available as tension over time diagrams.
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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