fluctuational

fluctuational

(ˌflʌktjʊˈeɪʃənəl)
adj
of or pertaining to fluctuation
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L-DOPA-induced dyskinesia in a rat model of Parkinson's disease is associated with the fluctuational release of norepinephrine in the sensorimotor striatum.
In this supersaturated solution, supercritical bubbles nucleate according to a fluctuational mechanism [2, 3], The rate of fluctuational nucleation depends on the concentration of dissolved gas, solution temperature, surface tension, viscosity of solution, diffusion coefficient of dissolved gas in the polymer [4], and molecular weight of the polymer [5].
Based on the fluctuational theory of nucleation, we have previously obtained [23] estimations of the number density of supercritical nuclei in two limiting cases.
Looking in turn at mechatronics, control, and robotics, 24 papers discuss such aspects as damage and corrosion diagnostics of welded light alloy ship constructions, modeling the impact of underwater explosions, mechatronic systems supported by vision techniques, the fluctuational model of identifying small floating objects by passive radar reflectors, the control-oriented modeling of spatial motion of an autonomous underwater vehicle, the dynamics and control of a gyroscope-stabilized platform in a ship's anti-aircraft rocket missile launcher, an algorithm for generating coordinated robot trajectories in Cartesian space, and a segmentation algorithm using an edge detection method.
In other words, unlike the classical theory of thermal radiation, which is bound by the constraints of geometrical optics, we can now calculate the second moments of the fluctuational field, that is to say both the wave part (taking into account all the diffraction phenomena), and the nonwave (quasistationary) part for any [lambda] vs l ratio" [53; [section]3.
Because of the fluctuational pre-disposition of your position's productive capacity as juxtaposed to government standards, it would be momentarily injudicious to advocate an increment.
Former US Secretary of State Alexander Haig once refused an employee's request for a rise by saying: 'Because of the fluctuational pre-disposition of your position's productive capacity as juxtaposed to government standards, it would be momentarily injudicious to advocate an increment.
ALEXANDER HAIG (Former US Secretary of State, refusing a request for a pay rise): "Because of the fluctuational pre-disposition of your position's productive capacity as juxtaposed to government standards, it would be momentarily injudicious to advocate an increment.
Section three shows that the two kinds of indeterminism shed light on the difference between developmental change and fluctuational change.
According to the classical nucleation theory, a metastable phase transforms into the stable one by the fluctuational formation of small clusters of a new phase (nuclei) in the uniform medium.
Supercritical bubbles start to grow directly in the die (closer to its exit), thus reducing the solution supersaturation degree and, as a result, the fluctuational nucleation rate.
6) referred this fluctuational behavior of shear stress as a swirling motion and stated that the particular motion occasionally occurred due to electro-hydrodynamic effect.