isochronous


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i·soch·ro·nal

 (ī-sŏk′rə-nəl) or i·soch·ro·nous (-nəs)
adj.
1. Equal in duration.
2. Characterized by or occurring at equal intervals of time.

[From New Latin īsochronus, from Greek īsokhronos : īso-, iso- + khronos, time.]

i·soch′ro·nal·ly adv.
i·soch′ro·nism n.
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Adj.1.isochronous - equal in duration or interval; "the oscillations were isochronal"
equal - having the same quantity, value, or measure as another; "on equal terms"; "all men are equal before the law"

isochronous

adjective
Happening or appearing at regular intervals:
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References in classic literature ?
"How perfectly isochronous!" the Professor exclaimed with enthusiasm.
But where will the hearts be found whose beats are so nearly isochronous
This approach is intended to reduce community operating expenses by promoting isochronous radius interventions for each field intervention team so that agents spend a minimum of time per day at the provider~s premises.
Thus during inspiration and expiration, the two phenomena are separated in each moment from the contractions of the auricles and the ventricles; they are united during a single pulsation of the radial artery; the collapse of this one is isochronous with the pulsation under the ribs, and the arterial pulsation with the sagging.
One of these is Isochronous Switching (IS) getting switching angles analytically to obtain equal voltage step.
Furthermore, Profinet Isochronous Real Time (IRT) adds features like bandwidth reservation, synchronization and scheduling to function even faster for high-speed motion control.
The cycle time synchronization is basic to exchange information on the isochronous mode (PARK et al., 2008).
K., and Tauxe, L.:"Isochronous fluvial systems in Miocene deposits of northern Pakistan: Sedimentology", Vol.
In theoretical terms, we would say one line has isochronous rhythms -- that is, they are evenly spaced and patterned.
This required us to predict the average travel time between some missing coordinates in order to build the isochronous curves.
Up to now, widely used methods for determining the long-term strength of rocks include isochronous stress-strain curve method, steady-state creep rate method, etc [32].