Non-Fluctuating

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Non-Fluctuating

Describing a feature, such as a price, that does not change. For example, a non-fluctuating return is fixed and does not change for any reason short of default. A non-fluctuating feature is the opposite of a volatile feature.
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"The narrowing of the gap between credit growth and deposit growth will allow for nonfluctuating interest rate margins over the period," it said.
And yet some of them could have been helpful, for example, by pointing out that some of the physicists, starting with Einstein (or perhaps Podolsky), confused realism, the principle that the universe preexists the emergence of human observers, with classicism, the attempt to replace QT with a theory containing only scatterfree or nonfluctuating variables, (2) hence not including Heisenberg's indeterminacy inequalities.
The difference between these indicators is that PI reflects the proportion of pulsatile blood flow in nonfluctuating blood flow, reflecting the patient's peripheral perfusion.
We consider the nonfluctuating moving point targets with the presence of additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) and multiuser interferences.
Nonfluctuating and fluctuating target cases were considered and compared.
On exam, her presentation suggested a palpable nonfluctuating mass that after biopsy had extensive caseating granulomas with necrosis and surrounding inflammatory response without fibrosis.
Slip-tube model [4], in which confining potential implying on network chains is described by virtual chains attached to the nonfluctuating background at one end and ending with slip-links at the other, gives
However, as we have already seen agentbased model often exhibits fluctuations that resemble real systems so that instead of trying to verify an idealized model (nonfluctuating) against real (fluctuating) data, model developers are often trying to validate the model using a system that fluctuates in a different way.
In turn, most of the working capital is permanent and nonfluctuating, for the duration of the operating cycle and operational characteristics of the sector.
The dashed curve shows the nonfluctuating best-fit sidereal effect variation over one day, as the earth rotates, causing the projection onto the plane of the interferometer of the velocity of the average direction of the space flow to change.
Her hearing loss was associated with fullness and nonfluctuating tinnitus.