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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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
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.
And now we look at the nonfluctuating part in the asymptotic expansion of the mean:
Her hearing loss was associated with fullness and nonfluctuating tinnitus.
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Psychologically as well as physically, one develops total engagement until there is seamless, nonfluctuating experience of total solidity, thus 'intensification'.
To keep the network from collapsing, the boundary conditions of the model require the junctions at the surface of the network to be fixed to the nonfluctuating boundary.
Adding a dopamine agonist to levodopa therapy early in the disease among stable, nonfluctuating patients slows loss of dopamine-producing brain cells, lessening the potential for dosing-related "on-off" periods.
WASHINGTON -- A constant, nonfluctuating hormone serum level and ease of use are among the positive attributes of the recently approved contraceptive vaginal ring and contraceptive patch, Dr.
It is also possible that adaptation of thermally sensitive receptors occurs in a nonfluctuating ambient temperature long experienced by the snakes, such that the infrared system is less sensitive to contrast effects when the background disk is at the customary ambient level (Hensel & Schafer, 1981).
To make matters worse, fire-control radar systems are designed to accurately track a target, so the antenna in the tracking mode would present a very stable, nonfluctuating RCS on which an incoming missile could home.