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var·i·a·bil·i·ty

 (vâr′ē-ə-bĭl′ĭ-tē, văr′-)
n. pl. var·i·a·bil·i·ties
The quality, state, or degree of being variable or changeable.

variability

The manner in which the probability of damage to a specific target decreases with the distance from ground zero; or, in damage assessment, a mathematical factor introduced to average the effects of orientation, minor shielding, and uncertainty of target response to the effects considered.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.variability - the quality of being subject to variationvariability - the quality of being subject to variation
changeability, changeableness - the quality of being changeable; having a marked tendency to change; "the changeableness of the weather"
variedness - characterized by variation
variegation - variability in coloration
personal equation - variability attributable to individual differences
invariableness, invariance, invariability - the quality of being resistant to variation
2.variability - the quality of being uneven and lacking uniformityvariability - the quality of being uneven and lacking uniformity
unregularity, irregularity - not characterized by a fixed principle or rate; at irregular intervals
rockiness - the quality of abounding in rocks and stones; "due to the rockiness of the land it was quickly dry even after a heavy rain"
ruggedness - the quality of being topologically uneven; "the ruggedness of the mountains"
jaggedness - something irregular like a bump or crack in a smooth surface
patchiness - unevenness in quality or performance
waviness - unevenness produced by waves or wrinkles
invariability, evenness - a quality of uniformity and lack of variation
Translations
تَقَلُّبِيَّه
proměnlivost
variabilitet
változékonyság
breytileiki
premenlivosť
değişkenlikkararsızlık

variability

[ˌvɛərɪəˈbɪlɪtɪ] Nvariabilidad f

variability

[ˌvɛəriəˈbɪləti] nvariabilité f
the variability in the climate → la variabilité du climat

variability

n (Math) → Veränderlichkeit f; (Biol) → Variabilität f; (of weather, mood)Unbeständigkeit f, → Wechselhaftigkeit f; (of costs)Schwankung(en) f(pl), → Unbeständigkeit f; (of work)unterschiedliche Qualität

variability

[ˌvɛərɪəˈbɪlɪtɪ] nvariabilità

vary

(ˈveəri) verb
to make, be or become different. These apples vary in size from small to medium.
ˈvariable adjective
1. that may be varied. The machine works at a variable speed.
2. (of eg winds, weather etc) liable or likely to change. British weather is very variable.
noun
something that varies, eg in quantity, value, effect etc. Have you taken all the variables into account in your calculations?
ˈvariably adverb
ˌvariaˈbilityplural variaˈbilities noun
ˌvariˈation noun
1. the extent to which a thing changes. In the desert there are great variations in temperature.
2. one of a series of musical elaborations made on a basic theme or melody. Brahms' variations on Haydn's `St Anthony's Chorale'.
ˈvaried adjective
He has had a very varied career.

var·i·a·bil·i·ty

n. variabilidad.
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It has been found that decrease in HRV is associated with the risk of sudden cardiac death in patients with heart diseases.
It is hypothesised that, relative to each athlete's baseline HRV measurements, imbalances in the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems may indicate an athlete is in a state of ongoing repair and recovery versus an athlete who is adapting positively to training load (Gisselman et al.
People with greater HRV are more likely to seek social support when dealing with stress and sadness.
7) found that nonlinear increases in HRV data, assessed by high frequency (HF) and peak frequency spectrum (fHF) of the beat-to-beat RR intervals, identified V[T.
The aim of this study was, therefore, to study cardiac autonomic imbalance in patients with major depression by comparing their HRV measures (time and frequency domain measures) with mentally and physically healthy age and sex matched controls and to find out the possible relationship of severity of depression with the extent of autonomic imbalance.
Honda Motor Company (NYSE: HMC), a Japan-based automaker, is assessing its Civic, CRV diesel and HRV for Indian market.
A reduced HRV is considered a factor for increased cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in patients with a large number of diseases and even in non-diseased subjects (15,17).
Electrocardiogram signal (ECG) is accepted gold standard in HRV analysis [9].
sup][6] A proposed classification protocol based on the sequence of the HRV capsid genes revealed approximately 78 A types, 30 B types, and 51 C types.
Analysis of the non-linear dynamics of HRV would enable a better physiological interpretation of the HRV and for the assessment of the risk of sudden death.