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perturbative

(pəˈtɜːbətɪv) or

perturbatory

adj
other words for perturbing
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Such strong fields also imply a breakdown of the perturbative mechanism commonly used for studying magnetic phenomena in the pertinent regimes on earth.
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The forces acting on the satellite are usually classified into two categories according to their effects: one is the central gravitational force; the other is the perturbative force, also known as the non-central force.
Perturbative search starts with a heuristically generated complete configuration and successively repairs or improves it by local, often random decisions (Hoos and Tsang 2006).
The system design allows placement of motors and pulleys on a frame to achieve cable configurations to be able to apply corrective or perturbative forces on the pelvis in any direction --up, down or sideways.
Guo, Rota-Baxter algebras in renormalization of perturbative quantum field theory, [in:] Universality and renormalization, Fields Inst.
Therefore, the location of these charge centers and geometric topologies are effected by the perturbative relatively weak Van der Waals forces between nearest polymeric layers and ionic polarizations.
Apart from the direct solar radiation, there are other two radiation perturbative forces usually taken into account for precise orbital computations, the terrestrial infrared radiation and the solar radiation reflected from the Earth.
Abbaoui, A non perturbative analytical solution of immune response with time-delays and possible generalization", Math.
Regardless of the perturbative QED's explicit prediction that the cross section can be maximized at the 1-MeV scale, the elastic scattering with real photon--photon collision has not yet been observed experimentally.
Spectroscopic methods for plasma diagnostics are the least perturbative, and for the evolution of the plasma parameters, they study the emitted, absorbed or dispersed radiation [9].
Among the topics are stochastic dynamics, an oscillator coupled to a harmonic bath, a perturbative approach to exciton relaxation in molecular aggregates, the microscopic theory of linear absorption and fluorescence, and two-dimensional spectroscopy applications for photosynthetic excitons.