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perturbative

(pəˈtɜːbətɪv) or

perturbatory

adj
other words for perturbing
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Kuperman, "Design guidelines for multiloop perturbative maximum power point tracking algorithms", IEEE Trans.
For example, he continues, making a dramatic design change in an existing digital model--maybe not an entire car, but a big part of it--creates a greater risk in the confidence of the model than small, perturbative changes, such as increasing a dimension one-hundredth of an inch.
However, perturbative terms associated to linear and nonlinear contributions of the polarization vector cannot be included into the formulation [8].
The mean field approximation for the probe particle in the system of charged particles, therefore, can be introduced by the following perturbative scheme.
This maybe due to penetration of a part of the particle through the middle of the barrier (also known as barrier penetration), which is represented by a correction term in the perturbative expansion of the parabolic barrier.
The forces acting on the satellite are usually classified into two categories according to their effects: one is the central gravitational force; the other is the perturbative force, also known as the non-central force.
Femtosecond transient absorption with chirped pump and supercontinuum probe: perturbative calculation of transient spectra with general lineshape functions, and simplifications.
The first classical approach is provided by the perturbative theory.
For that reason we turn to perturbative renormalization, by which we try to guess the proper value of [gamma].
With regard to our problem, the reader will recognize that ([H.sub.1]) is violated (and the problem becomes ill-posed) as soon as the space of the input data is allowed to be a superset of D([[tau].sup.-1.sub.[rho]]): once clarifying how [mu] is concretely estimated in the applications (Sections 7.1 and 7.2), we propose a perturbative regularization of [[tau].sup.-1.sub.[rho]], which improves effectively the fulfillment of ([H.sub.1]) (Section 7.3).
Such methods are either constructive, generating a solution step by step using heuristic decisions, or perturbative. Perturbative search starts with a heuristically generated complete configuration and successively repairs or improves it by local, often random decisions (Hoos and Tsang 2006).