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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Thus, the analysis was guided by the understanding that it is through representations that the research subjects can reflect on: the past time, when the disease did not determine their everyday relations and was not determined by them; the present time, in which everyday life is mediated by the illness and by lived relations like absence, caused by the loss of work, and/or the rupture in family or affective bonds, and/or the intermittence of leisure activities; and the future time, related to the possibilities of changing the everyday life and improving the conditions of health and quality of life.
Then there is risk of intermittence involved in relying on renewable energy technologies as such a risk could easily be digested through adding option of solar into wind technology and through a number of engineering interventions.
Control strategies have to deal with the actions over the WECS affecting the performance, such as wind speed variability and intermittence, to achieve the goal of an overall acceptable performance.
Thus, understanding how the liquid breakup changes due to intermittence is key in order to meet the increasingly demanding emission requirements.
When connecting to the cloud there shouldn't be any intermittence or any cyber-attacks.
Fish and Wildlife Service routinely seines and relocates RGSMs from isolated drying pools within the Rio Grande during periods of surface flow intermittence (T.
The fluctuation of wind power caused by the uncertainty and intermittence of wind can bring increasing impact on power grids.
The storage system, which is an integral part of Catania 1, will increase flexibility in management of the power plant and smooth electricity flows, reducing the intermittence that often affects certain renewable sources, while at the same time providing auxiliary services to the grid.
NNA - Clashes have resumed inside Ain al-Hilweh refugee camp after a brief intermittence that followed the first interval of confrontations, which led to the killing of 2 persons and the injury of 10 others, in addition to material damages to several houses, NNA correspondent in Sidon reported.
Despite the intermittence of wind power generation, this RE resource can inject 500 MW of energy into the countrys power system, WWF-Philippines Climate Change Unit head Gia Ibay said in a statement.
Si le patient etait par intermittence dement, c'est qu'il etait par intermittences sain.