point of inflection


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point of inflection

n, pl points of inflection
(Mathematics) maths a stationary point on a curve at which the tangent is horizontal or vertical and where tangents on either side have the same sign
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1: Firms experience a point of inflection and transition from bureaucratic control-based to relational corporate governance when their dominant sources of power and resources change from those associated with the state to those associated with networks and relationships.
With reference to the graph of the logistic model, this would be the point where the graph changes shape, otherwise known as the point of inflection (no pun intended).
We are at a point of inflection, as the nature of working together has changed almost beyond recognition.
These factors extended the point of inflection for the Manhattan $5 million+ luxury market and especially the $20 million+ market until about February 2006.
We believe we are now at the point of inflection in India today: fourth-quarter 2003 GDP growth was 10 percent.
There is a point of inflection in the first derivative of the graph as it crosses the lower limit, but no relationship was found for the upper.
The enterprise storage world is at a point of inflection, with solid-state storage systems set to dominate hard disk based storage systems.
What our survey shows is that OTT messaging apps are at a critical point of inflection.