undriven

undriven

(ʌnˈdrɪvən)
adj
1. (of a vehicle) not driven
2. (of a person) not driven, unmotivated
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The two-seater, undriven since its owner, a collector, put it in storage in 1977, has done just 22,000 miles and has its original engine.
According to this "sudden approximation" the initial state is the unperturbed ground state |[[PHI].sup.(0).sub.0])] (i.e., the solution of the undriven static Hamiltonian [[??].sub.0], namely, [[??].sub.0]|[[PHI].sup.(0).sub.0]> = - [E.sub.0]|[[PHI].sup.(0).sub.0]>), and the time evolution is described as projecting |[[PHI].sup.(0).sub.0]> onto the Floquet quasi-steady states and evolving time-periodically from then on.
The role of the leaky factor is to prevent the adaptive filters from having one or more modes that are undriven and undamped.
In the undriven deterministic case ([alpha] = [sigma] = 0), it is seen that the system is indeed bistable: two stable steady states coexist at y = [+ or -]1 and an unstable fixed point is present at y = 0.
If you use a Dobsonian reflector or some other undriven telescope, the wider field is a welcome bonus because the target doesn't drift out of the field as quickly.
There will be years without a severe winter when the rear tyres remain utterly undriven throughout.
Contract Awarded for To Move the Undriven Not Cpal Secondary School Students.
Receiver (Rx) inputs feature a "full fail-safe" design, which ensures a logic high Rx output if Rx inputs are floating, shorted, or terminated but undriven.
With [q.sub.u] being the vector containing the undriven coordinates and [q.sub.a] the driven coordinate vector
Moreover, the additional introduction of a non-zero surface resistance results in further frequency detuning; in general, shifting the actual angular resonance frequency down from [[omega].sub.0] to the damped (or undriven) angular resonance frequency [[omega]'.sub.0] [12] (normally associated with the transient time domain).
It's often mistaken as being lazy, being shy, being weak in character, being too undriven or too complacent to try.