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- In the terms of calculus, instantaneous acceleration is the derivative of the velocity vector with respect to time: a = lim Δ t → 0 Δ v Δ t = d v d t {\displaystyle \mathbf {a} =\lim _{{\Delta t}\to 0}{\frac {\Delta \mathbf {v} }{\Delta t}}={\frac {d\mathbf {v} }{dt}}} (Here and elsewhere, if motion is in a straight line, vector quantities can be substituted by scalars in the equations. (wikipedia.org)
- The angular acceleration vector is defined as: α = d ω d t {\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {\alpha }}={\frac {d{\boldsymbol {\omega }}}{dt}}} , where ω {\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {\omega }}} is the angular velocity vector. (wikipedia.org)
- The angular acceleration of a point particle α can be connected to the applied torque τ by the following equation: I α = τ − 2 m r d r d t ω {\displaystyle {I{\boldsymbol {\alpha }}}={\boldsymbol {\tau }}-2mr{\frac {d{r}}{dt}}{\boldsymbol {\omega }}} , where m is the mass of the particle and I is its moment of inertia. (wikipedia.org)
- Note that g {\displaystyle \mathbf {g} } has units of acceleration and is a vector function of location relative to the large body, independent of the magnitude (or even the presence) of the smaller mass. (wikipedia.org)
- In general the spatial acceleration ψ → P {\displaystyle {\vec {\psi }}_{P}} of a particle point P that is moving with linear velocity v → P {\displaystyle {\vec {v}}_{P}} is derived from the material acceleration a → P {\displaystyle {\vec {a}}_{P}} at P as: ψ → P = a → P − ω → × v → P {\displaystyle {\vec {\psi }}_{P}={\vec {a}}_{P}-{\vec {\omega }}\times {\vec {v}}_{P}} Frank M. White (2003). (wikipedia.org)
- Acceleration is defined technically as "the rate of change of velocity of an object with respect to time" and is given by the equation a = d v d t {\displaystyle \mathbf {a} ={d\mathbf {v} \over dt}} where a is the acceleration vector v is the velocity vector expressed in m/s t is time expressed in seconds. (wikipedia.org)
- An alternative equation is: a ¯ = v − u t {\displaystyle \mathbf {\bar {a}} ={\mathbf {v} -\mathbf {u} \over t}} where a ¯ {\displaystyle \mathbf {\bar {a}} } is the average acceleration (m/s2) u {\displaystyle \mathbf {u} } is the initial velocity (m/s) v {\displaystyle \mathbf {v} } is the final velocity (m/s) t {\displaystyle t} is the time interval (s) Transverse acceleration (perpendicular to velocity) causes change in direction. (wikipedia.org)
- For this centripetal acceleration we have a = − v 2 r r r = − ω 2 r {\displaystyle \mathbf {a} =-{\frac {v^{2}}{r}}{\frac {\mathbf {r} }{r}}=-\omega ^{2}\mathbf {r} } One common unit of acceleration is g-force, one g being the acceleration caused by the gravity of Earth. (wikipedia.org)
- In inertial coordinates in special relativity, four-acceleration A {\displaystyle \mathbf {A} } is defined as the rate of change in four-velocity U {\displaystyle \mathbf {U} } with respect to the particle's proper time along its worldline. (wikipedia.org)
- Even at relativistic speeds four-acceleration is related to the four-force: F μ = m A μ , {\displaystyle F^{\mu }=mA^{\mu },} where m is the invariant mass of a particle. (wikipedia.org)

- Accelerations are vector quantities (they have magnitude and direction) and add according to the parallelogram law. (wikipedia.org)
- As a vector, the calculated net force is equal to the product of the object's mass (a scalar quantity) and its acceleration. (wikipedia.org)
- In an inertial frame in which the object is momentarily at rest, the proper acceleration 3-vector, combined with a zero time-component, yields the object's four-acceleration, which makes proper-acceleration's magnitude Lorentz-invariant. (wikipedia.org)
- In the theory of relativity, four-acceleration is a four-vector (vector in four-dimensional spacetime) that is analogous to classical acceleration (a three-dimensional vector, see three-acceleration in special relativity). (wikipedia.org)
- Geometrically, four-acceleration is a curvature vector of a worldline. (wikipedia.org)
- In non-inertial coordinates, which include accelerated coordinates in special relativity and all coordinates in general relativity, the acceleration four-vector is related to the four-velocity through an absolute derivative with respect to proper time. (wikipedia.org)
- Four-acceleration (4-acceleration) is a four-vector , considered as relativistic generalization of the classical three-dimensional acceleration vector for the four-dimensional spacetime. (wikiversity.org)
- Velocity Vector at the end of the acceleration formula? (physicsforums.com)

- If you have already spent some years working as a high-performing functional expert and are ready to move forward in your career, then the Management Acceleration Programme is for you. (insead.edu)
- The Management Acceleration Programme equips you with the relevant perspectives and skills to work effectively across functions and cultures. (insead.edu)
- Here is a sample of what participants have to say about the value of the Management Acceleration Programme . (insead.edu)

- DirectX Video Acceleration (DXVA) is a Microsoft API specification for the Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360 platforms that allows video decoding to be hardware accelerated. (wikipedia.org)

- Plasma acceleration is a technique for accelerating charged particles, such as electrons, positrons, and ions, using the electric field associated with electron plasma wave or other high-gradient plasma structures (like shock and sheath fields). (wikipedia.org)
- Fermi acceleration, sometimes referred to as diffusive shock acceleration (a subclass of Fermi acceleration ), is the acceleration that charged particles undergo when being repeatedly reflected, usually by a magnetic mirror (see also Centrifugal mechanism of acceleration). (wikipedia.org)

- In this case it is said to be undergoing centripetal (directed towards the center) acceleration. (wikipedia.org)
- These components are called the tangential acceleration and the normal or radial acceleration (or centripetal acceleration in circular motion, see also circular motion and centripetal force). (wikipedia.org)
- When holding onto a carousel that turns at constant angular velocity you experience a radially inward (centripetal) proper-acceleration due to the interaction between the handhold and your hand. (wikipedia.org)
- The maximum centripetal force (provided by static friction) is 1.2 × 104 N. What is the centripetal acceleration of the car? (physicsforums.com)

- The various racing competitions were Formula Acceleration 1 (FA1), the MW-V6 Pickup Series, the Legend SuperCup (LSC), the European Stock 1000 Series (ACC 1000) and the European Stock 600 Series (ACC 600). (wikipedia.org)
- Acceleration Team Venezuela is the Venezuelan team of Formula Acceleration 1, an international racing series. (wikipedia.org)
- Drivers: Rodolfo González The team announced Rodolfo Gonzalez as their driver for the inaugural Formula Acceleration 1 season. (wikipedia.org)
- Drivers: Sergio Campana, Nathanaël Berthon The team announced Italian driver Sergio Campana as their driver for the inaugural Formula Acceleration 1 round in Portimao. (wikipedia.org)
- Drivers: Felix Rosenqvist, Dennis Lind The team announced Felix Rosenqvist as their driver for the inaugural Formula Acceleration 1 round in Portimao. (wikipedia.org)

- In which answer, if any, do the left- and right-hand sides both have the units of acceleration? (physicsforums.com)

- In physics, gravitational acceleration is the acceleration on an object caused by the force of gravitation. (wikipedia.org)
- This model represents the "far-field" gravitational acceleration associated with a massive body. (wikipedia.org)
- When the dimensions of a body are not trivial compared to the distances of interest, the principle of superposition can be used for differential masses for an assumed density distribution throughout the body in order to get a more detailed model of the "near-field" gravitational acceleration. (wikipedia.org)
- For the mass attraction effect by itself, the gravitational acceleration at the equator is about 0.18% less than that at the poles due to being located farther from the mass center. (wikipedia.org)
- Generally, objects in such a fall or generally any such ballistic path (also called inertial motion), including objects in orbit, experience no proper acceleration (neglecting small tidal accelerations for inertial paths in gravitational fields). (wikipedia.org)

- The DDIs it shares with DXVA 1.0 are also enhanced with the ability to use hardware acceleration of more operations. (wikipedia.org)

- In computing, hardware acceleration is the use of computer hardware to perform some functions more efficiently than is possible in software running on a more general-purpose CPU. (wikipedia.org)
- Examples of hardware acceleration include Bit blit acceleration functionality in graphics processing units (GPUs) and regular expression hardware acceleration for spam control in the server industry. (wikipedia.org)
- however hardware acceleration still yields benefits. (wikipedia.org)
- Hardware acceleration is suitable for any repetitive, intensive key algorithm. (wikipedia.org)
- Depending upon granularity, hardware acceleration can vary from a small functional unit, to a large functional block (like motion estimation in MPEG-2). (wikipedia.org)

- FineGround Networks announces that its patent-pending application acceleration software platform, the Condenser, will support the IBM WebSphere Application Server. (eweek.com)
- The Campbell, Calif., company focuses on enterprise Web application acceleration. (eweek.com)
- Juniper application acceleration products include the WXC Series of WAN optimization controllers, which has hardware and software models, a Windows client, and a router-based branch office controller. (techtarget.com)
- Juniper's WXC application acceleration controllers were first launched under the name Sequence Mirror by Peribit Networks. (techtarget.com)

- Angular acceleration is the rate of change of angular velocity. (wikipedia.org)

- An object's acceleration is the net result of any and all forces acting on the object, as described by Newton's Second Law. (wikipedia.org)
- Proper acceleration reduces to coordinate acceleration in an inertial coordinate system in flat spacetime (i.e. in the absence of gravity), provided the magnitude of the object's proper-velocity (momentum per unit mass) is much less than the speed of light c. (wikipedia.org)

- This outward acceleration (from the spinning frame's perspective) will become the coordinate acceleration when you let go, causing you to fly off along a zero proper-acceleration (geodesic) path. (wikipedia.org)

- In late 2014, researchers from SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory using the Facility for Advanced Accelerator Experimental Tests (FACET) published proof of the viability of plasma acceleration technology. (wikipedia.org)
- The hardware that performs the acceleration, when in a separate unit from the CPU, is referred to as a hardware accelerator, or often more specifically as a 3D accelerator, cryptographic accelerator, etc. (wikipedia.org)
- SSL acceleration (TLS acceleration) is a method of offloading processor-intensive public-key encryption for Transport Layer Security (TLS) and its predecessor Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to a hardware accelerator. (wikipedia.org)
- Allwinner Technology provides a hardware cryptographic accelerator in its A10, A20, A30 and A80 ARM system-on-chip series, and all ARM CPUs have acceleration in the later ARMv8 architecture. (wikipedia.org)
- Coprocessor Public-key cryptography Stunnel TLS Application delivery controller [PATCH vcrypto: Add Allwinner Security System crypto accelerator on Linux ARM kernel mailing list Information Site Dedicated to SSL Acceleration SSL Acceleration and Offloading: What Are the Security Implications? (wikipedia.org)

- In the standard inertial coordinates of special relativity, for unidirectional motion, proper acceleration is the rate of change of proper velocity with respect to coordinate time. (wikipedia.org)

- There are two types of Fermi acceleration: first-order Fermi acceleration (in shocks) and second-order Fermi acceleration (in the environment of moving magnetized gas clouds). (wikipedia.org)
- External shocks tend to produce growth accelerations that eventually fizzle out, while economic reform is a statistically significant predictor of growth accelerations that are sustained. (repec.org)

- Intel® I/O Acceleration Technology (Intel® I/OAT), a component of Intel® Virtualization Technology for Connectivity, improves data flow across the platform to enhance system performance. (intel.com)
- The features of Intel I/OAT enhance data acceleration across the computing platform. (intel.com)
- Intel® I/O Acceleration Technology moves data more efficiently through servers. (intel.com)
- Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (Intel® CAS), combined with high-performance Solid State Drives (SSDs), increases data center performance via intelligent caching rather than extreme spending. (intel.com)
- They got it by deploying Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (CAS) 3.0 on the Intel® SSD data center family for PCIe* in their existing Ceph* environment. (intel.com)
- Save time and money with confidence: Purchase an Intel® SSD Data Center (Intel® SSD DC) together with Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (Intel® CAS) and you may be eligible for discount (vs. purchasing separately), and ease software management compliance and overhead. (intel.com)
- Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (Intel® CAS) software is licensed per SSD and includes one year of standard support. (intel.com)
- Intel® Data Center SSD's when paired with Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (Intel® CAS) is a solution that addresses the most challenging data center workloads. (intel.com)
- Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (Intel® CAS) installs in moments. (intel.com)
- A 120-day trial version of Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (Intel® CAS) is available, choose your platform and get started. (intel.com)
- Sysbench Database Testing: Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (Intel® CAS) for Linux* v2.7.0, Intel® Xeon® E5-2680 processor @ 2.70GHz x2, CentOS* 6.5 kernel, 3.10.24, 32GB RAM, 50% of database cached, Intel® Solid State Drive DC P37000 Series 400GB, Sysbench v0.4.12 (16 threads, max request=1000). (intel.com)
- Microsoft Hyper-V* Virtualization: Intel® Cache Acceleration Software (Intel® CAS) for Windows* v2.7.0, Intel® Xeon® E5-2670 processor @ 2.60GHz, Microsoft Windows* Server 2012 R2, 128GB RAM, Intel® SSD DC P3700 Series 400GB, 8x SAS RAID 5 as main storage. (intel.com)
- In computing, UMA Acceleration Architecture (UXA) is the reimplementation of the EXA graphics acceleration architecture of the X.Org Server developed by Intel. (wikipedia.org)
- The Intel® Data Analytics Acceleration Library (Intel® DAAL) is a C++, Java*, and Python* software solution for data analytics. (intel.com)

- The SI unit for acceleration is metre per second squared (m s−2). (wikipedia.org)
- or "metre per second per second", as the velocity in metres per second changes by the acceleration value, every second. (wikipedia.org)

- A worldline having constant four-acceleration is a Minkowski-circle i.e. hyperbola (see hyperbolic motion) The scalar product of a particle's four-velocity and its four-acceleration is always 0. (wikipedia.org)

- An acceleration clause -or acceleration covenant- in the law of contracts, is a term that fully matures the performance due from a party upon a breach of the contract. (wikipedia.org)
- If A makes the first two payments, but fails to make the third payment, an acceleration clause would require that A must immediately pay B the entire balance of $60,000, or lose his right to purchase Blackacre (without getting a refund of his $40,000). (wikipedia.org)
- A sample acceleration clause reads like this: In the event of default in the payment of any of the said installments or said interest when due as herein provided, time being of the essence hereof, the holder of this note may, without notice or demand, declare the entire principal sum then unpaid immediately due and payable. (wikipedia.org)
- In addition, acceleration may refer to a clause in a mortgage note (See Acceleration clause) that allows the mortgage holder to declare the entire debt of a defaulted mortgagor due and payable. (wikipedia.org)

- Proper acceleration contrasts with coordinate acceleration, which is dependent on choice of coordinate systems and thus upon choice of observers (see three-acceleration in special relativity). (wikipedia.org)

- Academic acceleration contributes to meeting a gifted student's social and emotional needs by providing a better-matched peer group and removing them from a difficult social environment. (wikipedia.org)
- The "acceleration of gravity" ("force of gravity") never contributes to proper acceleration in any circumstances, and thus the proper acceleration felt by observers standing on the ground is due to the mechanical force from the ground, not due to the "force" or "acceleration" of gravity. (wikipedia.org)

- Academic acceleration is the advancement of gifted students in subjects at a rate that places them ahead of where they would be in the regular school curriculum. (wikipedia.org)

- The author also chooses to use spatial accelerations extensively in place of material accelerations as they simplify the equations and allows for compact notation. (wikipedia.org)

- Adults who have experienced acceleration themselves, however, tend to be very well-disposed to the practice. (wikipedia.org)
- Growth accelerations tend to be correlated with increases in investment and trade, and with real exchange rate depreciations. (repec.org)
- However, growth accelerations tend to be highly upredictable: the vast majority of growth accelerations are unrelated to standard determinants and most instances of economic reform do not produce growth accelerations. (repec.org)

- In mathematics , series acceleration is one of a collection of sequence transformations for improving the rate of convergence of a series . (wikipedia.org)
- Techniques for series acceleration are often applied in numerical analysis , where they are used to improve the speed of numerical integration . (wikipedia.org)
- Series acceleration techniques may also be used, for example, to obtain a variety of identities on special functions . (wikipedia.org)
- Two classical techniques for series acceleration are Euler's transformation of series and Kummer's transformation of series . (wikipedia.org)
- TCP acceleration is the name of a series of techniques for achieving better throughput on a network connection than standard TCP achieves, without modifying the end applications. (wikipedia.org)
- According to Juniper, the WXC Series also contains Packet Flow Acceleration (PFA) technology. (techtarget.com)
- Growth Accelerations ," Working Paper Series rwp04-030, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government. (repec.org)

- Proper acceleration, the acceleration of a body relative to a free-fall condition, is measured by an instrument called an accelerometer. (wikipedia.org)
- In relativity theory, proper acceleration is the physical acceleration (i.e., measurable acceleration as by an accelerometer) experienced by an object. (wikipedia.org)
- A corollary is that all inertial observers always have a proper acceleration of zero. (wikipedia.org)
- see that article for more discussion of proper acceleration) delivered by the vehicle only. (wikipedia.org)
- If the ground is removed and the observer allowed to free-fall, the observer will experience coordinate acceleration, but no proper acceleration, and thus no g-force. (wikipedia.org)
- Only in such situations is coordinate acceleration entirely felt as a g-force (i.e. a proper acceleration, also defined as one that produces measurable weight). (wikipedia.org)
- In situations in which gravitation is absent but the chosen coordinate system is not inertial, but is accelerated with the observer (such as the accelerated reference frame of an accelerating rocket, or a frame fixed upon objects in a centrifuge), then g-forces and corresponding proper accelerations felt by observers in these coordinate systems are caused by the mechanical forces which resist their weight in such systems. (wikipedia.org)
- The total (mechanical) force that is calculated to induce the proper acceleration on a mass at rest in a coordinate system that has a proper acceleration, via Newton's law F = m a, is called the proper force. (wikipedia.org)
- Unaccelerated observers, of course, in their frame simply see your equal proper and coordinate accelerations vanish when you let go. (wikipedia.org)
- Similarly, standing on a non-rotating planet (and on earth for practical purposes) we experience an upward proper-acceleration due to the normal force exerted by the earth on the bottom of our shoes. (wikipedia.org)

- Codec Acceleration describes computer hardware that offloads the computationally intensive compression or decompression. (wikipedia.org)

- If the car turns, an acceleration occurs toward the new direction. (wikipedia.org)
- Although the bulk of educational research on academic acceleration has been within the United States, the practice occurs worldwide. (wikipedia.org)

- The acceleration of cosmic rays in shock fronts - I". Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. (wikipedia.org)

- For instance, Zeta-TCP provides more accurate loss detection and heuristic download acceleration in addition to its congestion avoidance algorithm. (wikipedia.org)

- This is similar to the acceleration definition fluid dynamics where typically one can measure velocity and/or accelerations on a fixed locate inside a testing apparatus. (wikipedia.org)

- Since the wagon is going to accelerate straight forward, you want the X-Components of each force which pet 1 and pet 2 exert to be equal and opposite, and hence no acceleration in either the left or right direction. (physicsforums.com)

- Because it provides students with level-appropriate material, academic acceleration has been described as a "fundamental need" for gifted students. (wikipedia.org)
- Well-administered academic acceleration programs have been generally found to be highly beneficial to students. (wikipedia.org)
- The influential 2004 U.S. report A Nation Deceived articulated 20 benefits of academic acceleration, which can be further distilled into four key points: Academic acceleration provides greater benefits than any approach, such as differentiated instruction or enrichment. (wikipedia.org)
- The 2015 follow-up to that report, A Nation Empowered, highlights the research that has occurred over the past decade, and provides further evidence that academic acceleration, when applied correctly, can be highly beneficial for gifted students. (wikipedia.org)
- Academic acceleration comes in all shapes and sizes. (wikipedia.org)
- One influential study has defined 18 forms of academic acceleration. (wikipedia.org)
- One of the best-known forms of academic acceleration, grade skipping involves moving the student ahead one or more grades. (wikipedia.org)

- Mortgage acceleration is the practice of paying off a mortgage loan faster than required by terms of the mortgage agreement. (wikipedia.org)

- In this example, we can call the forward acceleration of the car a "linear acceleration", which passengers in the car might experience as a force pushing them back into their seats. (wikipedia.org)
- When changing direction, we might call this "non-linear acceleration", which passengers might experience as a sideways force. (wikipedia.org)
- For example, two studies have shown that individuals who experience full-grade acceleration (e.g., grade skipping, early high school graduation) earn about 5% more annually than similar non-accelerated individuals. (wikipedia.org)

- In May 2009 it was announced that Ubuntu would migrate their graphics acceleration for the Ubuntu 9.10 release to UXA. (wikipedia.org)

- It is thus acceleration relative to a free-fall, or inertial, observer who is momentarily at rest relative to the object being measured. (wikipedia.org)

- Performance-wise, without compression factors, asymmetric TCP acceleration is capable of offering the same level of improvement as the symmetric ones. (wikipedia.org)

- While TCP proxies require such devices to be deployed at both parties of the communication because the protocol running between the proxies is usually proprietary, asymmetric TCP acceleration is able to boost the network performance with unilateral deployment, i.e., only one end of the peers is required to deploy the device or software. (wikipedia.org)
- We have a new ticket #9579 for the software work for 3D acceleration feature support. (laptop.org)

- The apm driver uses the XAA (XFree86 Acceleration Architecture) in the SVGA server. (xfree86.org)
- A typical setup is to deploy the asymmetric acceleration device on the server side only. (wikipedia.org)