exponential curve


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Noun1.exponential curve - a graph of an exponential function
graph, graphical record - a visual representation of the relations between certain quantities plotted with reference to a set of axes
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The Exponential Age is characterized by a rapid set of punctuated jumps, resulting in an exponential curve that we can expect to see for the next 20 to 40 years.
As I discussed in my new book, 'Driver in the Driverless Car', technology is now advancing on an exponential curve and making science fiction a reality.
Leonhard explains that the pivot point is an inflection point of an exponential curve in many fields of science and technology; now we are moving at "warp speed" toward a blend of hell and heaven that he labels "HellVen.
The AI phenomenon is on an exponential curve, while legislation is doing its best on an incremental basis," Gerlind Wisskirchen, one of the report's authors, (http://www.
3] adjust the exponential of l and w axes and w is width of the exponential curve.
The exponential curve is a logical choice for describing the very fast growth rate of squid, especially for paralarve (Bigelow and Landgraph, 1993; Sakai et al.
Nonetheless, there were things about the prosperity of 1965 that were fully perceptible at the time and that did not suggest an exponential curve, but rather a wave.
Dashed line is an optimal exponential curve for [x.
In this way, according to the time, a reduction of the height of the net was verified, from where it was possible to fit an exponential curve that represents the loss of the relative capture efficiency of the net (Fig.
Separately, Jan Eliasson, UN deputy secretary-general, said catching up with "the menacing exponential curve of the virus" demands a massive increase in financial resources, medical staff and equipment.
where b is the constant of the exponential curve of the Rs rate and temperature.
As a participant stressed, "innovation is an exponential curve and we are at the really early stage of this curve".