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monostable

(ˌmɒnəʊˈsteɪbəl)
adj
(General Physics) physics (of an electronic circuit) having only one stable state but able to pass into a second state in response to an input pulse
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The model features 10.1-inch digital instrument cluster and optional infotainment display of the same size, a rotary selection dial to replace the current electronic 'monostable' lever, a new steering wheel, head-up display, 360 degree-view camera and a foot-activated tailgate.
Investigations of transients in the forced control device for the monostable electromagnet of the vacuum contactor.
Multipeaks were also seen in an array of coupled monostable nonlinear oscillators [59] and in a quartic bistable potential subjected to two colored noises [60].
Zhao, "Global stability of monostable traveling waves for nonlocal time-delayed reaction-diffusion equations," SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis, vol.
We choose [mu] such that the system is monostable. Here, we fix [mu] = 0.3.
The second is when neurodynamic systems are globally monostable, and then the memorized patterns are associated with the external input patterns.
Ruan, "Traveling fronts in monostable equations with nonlocal delayed effects," Journal of Dynamics and Differential Equations, vol.
The rotation of the blades induced the distance between the disk and tip magnets to continuously alter, making the transducer alternately undergo bistable and monostable dynamics.
Also, the model predicts that suppression of FGF4/Gsk3 by 2i/3i can push cells into the monostable state (HN); in single-cell simulations, Nanog fluctuates around the unique steady state due to noise, but heterogeneity at population level is lost.
His 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee was part of a recall issued by Fiat Chrysler to fix the so-called monostable gear selector.
Unveiled in 2014, the Bonefish mission system technology is set to be applied to surface vessels such as trimarans, catamarans and monostable hulls, allowing operators to conduct missions to address emerging naval threats remotely while keeping sailors out of harm's way.