exponential decay

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Noun1.exponential decay - a decrease that follows an exponential function
decay, decline - a gradual decrease; as of stored charge or current
relaxation behavior, relaxation - (physics) the exponential return of a system to equilibrium after a disturbance
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On a relatively medium scale, when Iran's ability to buy goods is on an exponential decline, having been hit by severe sanctions, its neighbors are feeling the pinch before major European and Asian players feeling so.
And similar to all other players globally, they are also monitoring anticipated exponential decline in the cost of energy storage - looking at cost competitiveness trajectory in the next five years.
It was informed that Pakistan's efforts for polio eradication have been recognized world over as polio cases have recorded an exponential decline since 1994 onwards.
[psi](t) is more likely to show an exponential decline than a power-law decline because particles in stagnant zones are determined by diffusion equation.
Following a halt to P fertiliser application, there was an exponential decline in [E.sub.1 min] for both treatments at Winchmore and Lincoln and for plots previously receiving 50 or 100 kg P [ha.sup.-1] [year.sup.-1] at Whatawhata (Fig.
For simplicity, take orlando scenarios for example, by analyzing the distribution of density of hot regions, we find that the density of hot regions satisfy closely an exponential decline by means of fitting methods, as shown in Fig.
This result is not particularly surprising as tumour cells at a distance greater than 100[micro]m from a blood vessel often degenerate and become necrotic as they require nutrients which diffuse from the blood vessels for continued growth, and a diffusional process is likely to result in a negative exponential decline in nutrients from the source.
Thirdly, the cost of LEDs is on an exponential decline, and efficiency is increasing faster than any other light source, and will soon challenge even linear fluorescent tubes when total fixture efficiency is taken into account.
'If our reproduction rate was 1.0, our population would go into an exponential decline, and the problem is then to correct the decline in 30 years' time before you approach the point you want to stabilise at.'
Radicle elongation in 0.1, 0.8, and 1.0 M mannitol deviated slightly from this general exponential decline. Mannitol concentrations of 0.0, 0.3, 0.5, and 0.6 were selected to further study the effect of reduced radicle elongation on chilling tolerance.
1999), who suggest a monotonic exponential decline in soil production with increasing soil depth (Fig.