eigenfrequency


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eigenfrequency

(ˈaɪɡənˌfriːkwənsɪ)
n, pl -cies
(General Physics) physics a resonance frequency of a system
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This described it as a resonator or an integrator; if the rest state disappears through Andronov-Hopf, then the neuron behaves as the former and selects multiples of its eigenfrequency in afferent signals in "choosing" whether to fire.
The eigenfrequency analysis was implemented using structural mechanics, dynamics, and vibration modules.
We assume a constant frequency of 0.34 Hz, which is close to the first eigenfrequency of 0.354 Hz.
The use of a difference between the two frequencies matching a structural eigenfrequency determines a relevant response, as indicated in the literature [13].
The first (a) at eigenfrequency 4486 Hz, the second (b) and the third (c) at 9389 Hz and 13855 Hz accordingly.
and Runyan (1965) [18] provide indirect evidence of the existence of such a relationship for the eigenfrequency mode n = 1.
For discrete linear system, the condition for stability is h [less than or equal to] 2/[[omega].sup.mos.sub.max], where [[omega].sup.mos.sub.max] is the highest circular eigenfrequency of the system.
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