Intermittency

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Intermittency

When a non-linear dynamical system alternates between periodic and chaotic behavior. See: Dynamical Systems.
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2013); however, viral intermittence must be considered (RAVAZZOLO et al., 2006; RACHID et al., 2013).
This proposal has much to say for it but Stiegler again fails to provide detail, relying simply on the verbal play with 'intermittence' and the promise of an unspecified escape from instrumentalising social logics.
--use of intermittent circles for deep grinding in order to increase the coefficient of intermittence and, accordingly, to reduce the number of depressions and protrusions in discontinuous circles;
In networks, communication delays go along with data loss called dropout or intermittence [12, 13].
We consider the battery charge from power grid rather than renewable resource because of the intermittence of renewable energy.
The intermittence of Zika virus RNA detection in urine samples (fluctuation between negative and positive [C.sub.t] results) was likely due to the sensitivity of the test.
Beaucoup n'ont jamais fait que des petits boulots par intermittence. La majorite n'ont pas de trajectoire de carriere claire sur laquelle ils peuvent accrocher leurs ambitions et celles de leurs familles.
of % Patients Urgency 637 34 Nocturia 356 19 Urinary incontinence --Stress incontinence 375 20 --Urge incontinence 318 17 --True incontinence 3 0.1 Frequency 487 26 Urinary retention 8 0.4 Intermittence 93 5 Haematuria 131 7 Recurrent UTI 487 26 Dysuria 375 20
The vegetal landscape of riverine forest bordering streams of course, has a character linked to the high volatility of the intermittence of the latter.
However, the fatigue damage might mitigate during the intermittence due to the asphalt self-healing effect [29-31], which would reduce the accuracy.
However, photovoltaic power generation suffers from apparent intermittence and volatility resulting from illumination intensity, temperature, and so forth, which would cause alteration of both steady and transient characteristics of the power system when merged with current power grid.