# pertubation

Related to pertubation: Perturbation theory
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## pertubation

n. pertubación, acto de insuflar oviductos para hacerlos permeables.
References in classic literature ?
In point of fact, it would seem that the waiter felt this wholesome truth, for when he returned for the empty plates and dishes and was informed by Mr Swiveller with dignified carelessness that he would call and setle when he should be passing presently, he displayed some pertubation of spirit and muttered a few remarks about
Hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography compared with hysterosalpingography and laparoscopic dye pertubation to evaluate tubal patency.
This shows that He's Homotopy Pertubation method is an effective method for solving similar flow problems.
Some of the most important papers in this area are trapezoidal quadrature rule and iterative method [10-12], triangular functions [13], quadrature iterative [14], Bernstein polynomials [15], collocation fuzzy wavelet like operator [16], homotopy analysis method (HAM) [17], open fuzzy cubature rule [18], kernel iterative method [19], modified homotopy pertubation [20], block-pulse functions [21], optimal fuzzy quadrature formula [22], and finally, iterative method and fuzzy bivariate block-pulse functions [23].
Ibragmov, "Pertubation methods in group analysis," Journal of Mathematical Sciences, vol.
Stochastic pertubation has been studied by Yang and Mao [12]; they considered a multigroup SEIR epidemic model.
Therefore, system (43) can be considered as a linear time-varying (LTV) system with a small pertubation term.
In general, for any particle A and its antiparticle [bar.A], in pertubation interaction, they pair and have a scalar particle [bar.A]A, this leads to reduce the currents (charges) of particles and antiparticles.
Beyond differences in loudness and tempo, spectral balance and pertubation made significant contributions in the differences in each emotion.
Eletropalatographic, accoustic, and perceptual data on adaptation to a palatal pertubation. J Acoust Soc Am.
Introduction to pertubation methods, Mir, Moscow, 1984.
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