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nonautonomous

(ˌnɒnɔːˈtɒnəməs)
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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not autonomous or sovereign, ruled by external forces
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Adj.1.nonautonomous - (of peoples and political bodies) controlled by outside forces
unfree - hampered and not free; not able to act at will
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(45) In response to this challenge, DARPA is investing heavily in the Collaborative Operations in Denied Environments (CODE) project, "which would allow multiple drones to independently fly to their objective and then find, identify and kill their targets." (46) Under CODE, a swarm of AWS would have a single human operator in theater (or no direct human operator at all), as opposed to the status quo of positioning multiple operators for each system far from the battlespace for nonautonomous, remote-control weapons like Predator UAVs.
For example, Torelli [15] considered stability of Euler methods for the nonautonomous nonlinear delay differential equations.
Belyaeva, "Nonautonomous solitons in external potentials," Physical Review Letters, vol.
Thandapani, "Oscillation of solutions of nonlinear difference equation with a super-linear neutral term," Nonautonomous Dynamical Systems, vol.
The forced van der Pol (vdP) oscillator (nonautonomous) and Rossler system (autonomous) are used in the present work for numerical examples on the aPBC robustness and tradeoff between estimation accuracy and computational cost.
In this article, we propose a new nonautonomous model to explore the transmission and control of Guinea worm disease in a heterogeneous population of South Sudan.
Therefore, we can further consider the following nonautonomous stochastic SI epidemic model as follows:
A system involving any nonautonomous differential equation in [R.sup.n] can be transformed into an autonomous differential equation in [R.sup.n+ 1] [23].
Motivated by these articles, we investigate the stability of the nonautonomous perturbed fractional semilinear system of the form
Ladas, "On the Nonautonomous Equation [x.sub.n+1] = max{[A.sub.n]/[x.sub.n], [B.sub.n]/[x.sub.n-1]}," in Taiwan: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Difference Equations, pp.
This paper is concerned with the backward compact dynamics of space-periodic solutions for the nonautonomous complex-valued Schrodinger equation in R:
On the other hand is execution flexibility, where systems that have tight constraints on available actions are considered nonautonomous. Examples include a land mine, trip-wire explosive, or defensive gun emplacement, as opposed to a robotic tank ordered simply to "guard a perimeter," which most would consider autonomous.