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Verb1.desynchronize - cause to become desynchronized; cause to occur at unrelated times
change by reversal, reverse, turn - change to the contrary; "The trend was reversed"; "the tides turned against him"; "public opinion turned when it was revealed that the president had an affair with a White House intern"
sync, synchronize, synchronise - make synchronous and adjust in time or manner; "Let's synchronize our efforts"
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Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia plan to synchronize their grids with continental Europe and desynchronize from the post-Soviet IPS/UPS system, known as the BRELL ring, by 2025, thus reducing their dependence on Russia.
TSM attacks basically try to desynchronize embedder and detector by compressing or extending the time axis of the audio file.
Nakao et al., "Short-term feeding at the wrong time is sufficient to desynchronize peripheral clocks and induce obesity with hyperphagia, physical inactivity and metabolic disorders in mice," Metabolism, vol.
We hope that a single capacitor based RC filter can desynchronize oscillators in the array, somewhat likewise to the repulsive coupling [33, 34] and the mean-field nullifying [34, 35] techniques.
In a new session, if an adversary blocks the third-round message [c.sub.2] of the AP (or the fourth-round message [c.sub.3] of the TP) to desynchronize a reader with its tag, the reader can always recover synchronization with its tag in the next session using the old identifier [].
Next time when a valid reader communicates with this tag, the reader will not recognize this tag and hence desynchronize with the particular tag.
Reconstructing 2,100 years of Greenland temperatures, researchers propose that periodic fluctuations in the sun's activity can desynchronize Greenland's climate and cause changes decades later.
The RNS detects hypersynchronous activity (i.e., seizure) and, in response, shocks the region in an attempt to stop the progression of the seizure (i.e., desynchronize the brain; Heck et al., 2014).
(4) Failing to sufficiently account for movement during the conduct of TLPs can completely desynchronize a unit's timeline.
A key to survival would appear to employ all possible capabilities to desynchronize those strikes.
Participants were assessed throughout a two-week laboratory protocol designed to desynchronize daily behavioral and environmental rhythms from internal circadian rhythms.
Delays from various issues can desynchronize interdependent and sequential tasks.