bistable

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bi·sta·ble

 (bī′stā′bəl)
adj.
Relating to or having two stable states.

bi′sta·bil′i·ty (-stə-bĭl′ĭ-tē) n.

bistable

(baɪˈsteɪbəl)
adj
(Electronics) having two stable states: bistable circuit.
n
(Electronics) computing another name for flip-flop2
Translations

bistable

[baɪˈsteɪbl] ADJ (Comput) → biestable

bistable

adj (Tech) → bistabil
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5B inset, spectrum 1) and had a pattern indicating bistability by first responding to blue light (~474 nm) (Fig.
This SHG material shows wide variety of applications like mixing of frequency, electro-optic inflection, optical parametric oscillation, optical bistability, optical image refining, colour displays, underwater communication and medical diagnosis [3].
In the horizontal mid-plane, Figure 6b, the vortex cores are biased towards the left hand side of the model; this asymmetric time averaged result is a consequence of a bistability of the wake structure.
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9] investigate the bistability and negative stiffness of a buckled beam mechanism in the vibration and shock isolation systems.
Gamboni's thesis is that 'Gauguin prioritizes ambiguity (in the etymological sense of double meaning) or bistability.
From the initial observation of strong coupling between photons and excitons in such microcavities, the physics of polaritons has developed very quickly demonstrating such fascinating effects as stimulated scattering and Bose-condensation of polariton; room-temperature polariton lasing, superfluidity, bistability and multistability, soliton formation and many others.
la), which was a reversible bistability characteristics.
Bistability in a differential equation model of oyster reef height and sediment accumulation.
Furthermore, based on [8], the Fehlner and Lapinte groups have performed successful molecular synthesis in creating molecules that show the essential bistability.