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Dynamic

For option strategies, describing analyses made during the course of changing security prices and during the passage of time. This is as opposed to an analysis made at expiration of the options used in the strategy. A dynamic break-even point is one that changes as time passes. A dynamic follow-up action is one that will change as either the security price changes or the option price changes or time passes.

Dynamic

Describing any situation that may change. It is especially important in options strategies.
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Hence the fundamental insight is that Newton's gravitational acceleration field g(r, t) for matter is really the acceleration field a(r, t) of the structured dynamical space ***, and that quantum matter acquires that acceleration because it is fundamentally a wave effect, and the wave is refracted by the accelerations of space.
The necessary coupling of quantum systems to the fractal dynamical space also implies the generation of masses, as now the waves are not propagating through a structureless Euclidean geometrical space: this may provide a dynamical mechanism for the Higgs phenomenology.
Definition 1 The drive dynamical networks (1) and response dynamical networks (2) is said to achieve hybrid generalized function projective delay synchronization if there exists a diagonal matrix P = diag([P.
So the problem treated in the present article lies in constructing a dynamical system which characterizes tr [M.
Dynamical space is a phenomenon repeatedly detected by a variety of experimental techniques [2].
In this Section we put together some notions and facts from the theory of dynamical systems (both with continuous and discrete time) that are used in our paper.
Haddad and Chellaboina view a dynamical system as a precise mathematical object defined on a time set as a mapping between vector spaces satisfying a set of axioms.
By looking at the region outside the black hole we have shown how to ascertain how much a dynamical black hole differs from the Kerr solution.
The experimental measurements have been carried out using the dynamical stend, which allowed to follow influence of the aggregate parameters on irregularity of angular velocity [omega](t) and driving moment M(t) or to obtain dynamical characteristic of the machine aggregate in its stable and passage state in the form M([omega]).
We would like to thank Professor Martin Bohner, Editor in Chief of Advances in Dynamical Systems and Applications, for accepting our offer to form this special volume.
The theory in [9] shows that every dynamical system of order one can be prolonged to an Euler-Lagrange dynamical system of order two whose trajectories are geodesies of a Lagrangian defined by the velocity vector field (Lagrange structure of order one).

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