Perturbance


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Per`turb´ance


n.1.Disturbance; perturbation.
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So small was the perturbance that we measured, that it's the equivalent of changing the distance between our sun and proxima centauri by the width of a human hair.
Figures were obscured with a random perturbance term to preserve confidentiality that maintained the scale in magnitude.
Metabolic perturbance in autism spectrum disorders: a metabolomics study.
We found that on the addition of KCl[O.sub.4] and KN[O.sub.3] to HSA, only a negligible perturbance of the HSA structure has occurred.
In general terms, resilience has been defined as "a process linking a set of adaptive capabilities to a positive path of operation and adaptation after a perturbance."
Similar to other toxicants, it seems that excessive manganese could lead mitochondrial electron transport chain perturbance, which eventually causes additional ROS, cellular oxidative stress, and furtherly apoptosis.
Traditional stability predicators cannot point out the leading units while the coherency-based classification needs a longer time window to observe perturbance trajectories.
Our goal is to prove the strong stability with respect to perturbance of initial state vector for the solution of the multi-stage system.