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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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Chen, "Synchronization in scale-free dynamical networks: robustness and fragility," IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Fundamental Theory and Applications, vol.
On the dynamical system (X , a; w), one has [M.sub.[sigma]] (w) = [M.sub.[tau]].
This then suggests, from (2) and (3), that the simplest dynamical equation for v(r, t) is
Recall [8, 19] that a triple <W, [phi], ([OMEGA], [Z.sub.+], [sigma])> (in brief [phi]) is called a cocycle over the semigroup dynamical system ([OMEGA], [Z.sub.+],a) with fiber W.
where V(s) is mobility (mechanical admittance), Y(s) is dynamical flexibility on the plane of complex variable s, s = [square root of -1][omega],
The dynamical behavior of SMAs is analyzed by considering a single degree of freedom oscillator (1DOF) with two different forcing possibilities.
A schematic of a mesoscale convective system in the midlatitudes interacting with a midlatitude dynamical wave is shown in Fig.
A very successful tool in the analysis of geodesic flows and other dynamical systems has been the so-called zeta functions of the systems.
Aiming at these problems, we add a nonlinear friction model into the dynamical model of a 6-DOF industrial serial manipulator and use an improved cuckoo search (ICS) algorithm for dynamical identification.
Entropy is one of the most important quantities in dynamical systems so far as numerical values are concerned.

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