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*  Fluidic force microscopy
... give the opportunity to measure interaction forces between colloidal particles and surfaces as well as the local elasticity of ...
*  Nanoindentation
Conventional nanoindentation methods for calculation of Modulus of elasticity (based on the unloading curve) are limited to ...
*  Elasticity
... of demand Output elasticity Price elasticity of demand Price elasticity of supply Yield elasticity of bond value Elasticity of ... Cross elasticity of demand Elasticity of substitution Frisch elasticity of labor supply Income elasticity ... a mathematical definition of point elasticity Arc elasticity Elasticity coefficient, a biochemical term used in metabolic ... Elasticity may refer to: Elasticity (physics), continuum mechanics of bodies that deform reversibly under stress Numerous uses ...
*  Output elasticity
As with every elasticity, this measure is defined locally, i.e. defined at a point. If the production function contains only ... Output elasticity is defined as the percentage change in output per one percent change in all the inputs. The coefficient of ... In economics, output elasticity is the percentage change of output (GDP or production of a single firm) divided by the ... Elasticity (economics) Charnes, A.; Cooper, W. W.; Schinnar, A. P. (1976). "A theorem on homogeneous functions and extended ...
*  Linear elasticity
... is a simplification of the more general nonlinear theory of elasticity and is a branch of continuum mechanics ... Castigliano's method Clapeyron's theorem (elasticity) Contact mechanics Deformation Elasticity (physics) GRADELA Hooke's law ... The elasticity of the material provides the restoring force of the wave. When they occur in the Earth as the result of an ... In addition linear elasticity is valid only for stress states that do not produce yielding. These assumptions are reasonable ...
*  Elasticity (physics)
Elasticity is not exhibited only by solids; non-Newtonian fluids, such as viscoelastic fluids, will also exhibit elasticity in ... Theory of Elasticity, 3rd Edition, 1970: 1-172. Treloar, L. R. G. (1975). The Physics of Rubber Elasticity. Oxford: Clarendon ... Elastography Tactile imaging Elastic modulus Linear elasticity Pseudoelasticity Resilience Rubber elasticity Stiffness ... Because the elasticity of a material is described in terms of a stress-strain relation, it is essential that the terms stress ...
*  Rubber elasticity
Eugene Guth and Hubert M. James proposed the entropic origins of rubber elasticity in 1941. Elasticity (physics) Hyperelastic ... Temperature affects the elasticity of elastomers in an unusual way. When the elastomer is assumed to be in a stretched state, ... Rubber elasticity, a well-known example of hyperelasticity, describes the mechanical behavior of many polymers, especially ... Two common models for rubber elasticity are the freely-jointed chain model and the worm-like chain model. Polymers can be ...
*  Elasticity coefficient
Note that at low S the elasticity approaches n. At high S the elasticity approaches zero. This means the elasticity is bounded ... The unscaled elasticities are often depicted in matrix form, called the elasticity matrix. Given a network with m molecular ... Given the definition of the elasticity in terms of a partial derivative it is possible for example to determine the elasticity ... That is the elasticity for a mass-action rate law is equal to the order of reaction of the species. Elasticities can also be ...
*  Energy elasticity
... is a top-line measure, as the commercial energy sources used by the country in question are normally further ... Energy elasticity is a term used with reference to the energy intensity of Gross Domestic Product. It is "the percentage change ... For example, India's national Integrated Energy Policy of 2005 noted current elasticity at 0.80, while planning for 7-8% GDP ... by 2003-4 observers placed Chinese energy elasticity at approximately 1.5. For every one percent increase in GDP, energy demand ...
*  Armington elasticity
It represents the elasticity of substitution between products of different countries, and is based on the assumption made by ... An Armington elasticity is an economic parameter commonly used in models of consumer theory and international trade. ...
*  Elasticity (economics)
Frequently used elasticities include price elasticity of demand, price elasticity of supply, income elasticity of demand, ... Price elasticity of demand Price elasticity of demand is a measure used to show the responsiveness, or elasticity, of the ... Elasticities of scale Elasticity of scale or output elasticity measures the percentage change in output induced by a collective ... elasticity of substitution between factors of production and elasticity of intertemporal substitution. Elasticity is one of the ...
*  Arc elasticity
Elasticity of a function Elasticity (economics) Allen, R. G. D. (1933). "The Concept of Arc Elasticity of Demand". Review of ... Like the point elasticity, the arc elasticity can vary in value depending on the starting point. For example, the arc ... It contrasts with the point elasticity, which is the limit of the arc elasticity as the distance between the two points ... In mathematics and economics, the arc elasticity is the elasticity of one variable with respect to another between two given ...
*  Journal of Elasticity
... : The Physical and Mathematical Science of Solids is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering all ... "Journal of Elasticity". Master Journal List. Thomson Reuters. Retrieved 2011-03-04. Journal Citation Reports, 2010 Official ... aspects of elasticity. It is published seven times a year by Springer Science+Business Media. The editor-in-chief is Roger ...
*  Elasticity of substitution
... is the elasticity of the ratio of two inputs to a production (or utility) function with respect to ... The inverse of elasticity of substitution is elasticity of complementarity. Consider Cobb-Douglas production function f ( x 1 ... Technically speaking, curvature and elasticity are unrelated, but isoquants with different elasticities take on different ... the larger the magnitude of the elasticity of substitution (the marginal rate of substitution elasticity of the relative ...
*  Elasticity (data store)
First of all, elasticity is at the data modeling level. Your data will live longer than your business rules and softness in the ... But elasticity is also about infrastructure and cluster sizing. Adding a new node to Cassandra is simple. Just turn on the ... The elasticity of a data store relates to the flexibility of its data model and clustering capabilities. The greater the number ... Clustering elasticity is the ease of adding or removing nodes from the distributed data store. Usually, this is a difficult and ...
*  Elasticity of complementarity
The inverse of elasticity of complementarity is elasticity of substitution. Hamermesh, Daniel S., Labor Demand, Princeton ... Elasticity of complementarity (Hamermesh, 1993) is the percentage responsiveness of relative factor prices to a 1 percent ... Given the production function f ( x 1 , x 2 ) {\displaystyle f(x_{1},x_{2})} then the elasticity of complementarity is defined ...
*  Elasticity (cloud computing)
Cloud Elasticity Provisioning Herbst, Nikolas; Samuel Kounev; Ralf Reussner (2013). "Elasticity in Cloud Computing: What It Is ... In cloud computing, elasticity is defined as "the degree to which a system is able to adapt to workload changes by provisioning ... Elasticity aims at matching the amount of resource allocated to a service with the amount of resource it actually requires, ... On the long term, the provider's income will decrease, which also reduces the profit One potential problem is that elasticity ...
*  Clapeyron's theorem (elasticity)
In the linear theory of elasticity Clapeyron's theorem states that the potential energy of deformation of a body, which is in ... Love, A.E.H., "A Treatise on the Mathematical Theory of Elasticity", 4th ed. Cambridge, 1927, p. 173 Roger Fosdick & Lev ... Truskinovsky (2003) About Clapyron's Theorem in Linear Elasticity, Journal of Elasticity 72(1-3): 145-72, Springer.. ...
*  Price elasticity of demand
Arc elasticity Cross elasticity of demand Income elasticity of demand Price elasticity of supply Supply and demand Png, Ivan ( ... A Lesson on Elasticity in Four Parts, Youtube, Jodi Beggs Price Elasticity Models and Optimization Price elasticity of demand ... This measure of elasticity is sometimes referred to as the own-price elasticity of demand for a good, i.e., the elasticity of ... point-price elasticity and arc elasticity. The point elasticity of demand method is used to determine change in demand within ...
*  Constant elasticity of substitution
Elasticity of substitution. As its name suggests, the CES production function exhibits constant elasticity of substitution ... with constant partial elasticities of substitution require either that all elasticities between pairs of factors be identical, ... Constant elasticity of substitution (CES), in economics, is a property of some production functions and utility functions. ... This means the use of the CES functional form for more than 2 factors will generally mean that there is not constant elasticity ...
*  Constant elasticity of transformation
... (CET) was first advanced by Alan Powell and Fred Gruen in a 1968 publication. It is a new ... Powell, Alan A.; Gruen, F.H.G. (October 1968). "The Constant Elasticity of Transformation Production Frontier and Linear Supply ...
*  Elasticity of intertemporal substitution
... (or intertemporal elasticity of substitution) is a measure of responsiveness of the ... If the elasticity is high then large changes in consumption are not very costly to consumers and as a result if the real ... If the elasticity is low the consumption smoothing motive is very strong and because of this consumers will save a little and ... The elasticity of intertemporal substitution is defined as the percent change in consumption growth per percent increase in the ...
*  Elasticity of cell membranes
6] Z. C. Tu and Z. C. Ou-Yang, A Geometric Theory on the Elasticity of Bio-membranes, J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 37 (2004) 11407- ... 7] L. Miao, et al., Budding transitions of fluid-bilayer vesicles: The effect of area-difference elasticity, Phys. Rev. E 49 ( ... The last two terms come from the entropic elasticity of the membrane skeleton. Singer, S. Jonathan; Nicolson, Garth L. (1972 ...
*  Wealth elasticity of demand
A naïve assumption (or first approximation) linking the wealth and income elasticities of demand is: Income elasticity = Wealth ... Wealth elasticity of demand in microeconomics is the proportional change in the consumption of a good relative to a change in ... The wealth elasticity of consumption quantity for some good will determine the size of the expenditure shift due to unexpected ... However, some patterns are widely believed to hold: The wealth elasticity of the poor is much higher than the rich: If a pauper ...
*  Elasticity of a function
The concept of elasticity is widely used in economics; see elasticity (economics) for details. Rules for finding the elasticity ... Arc elasticity Elasticity (economics) Homogeneous function Multiplicative calculus The elasticity can also be defined if the ... In mathematics, the elasticity or point elasticity of a positive differentiable function f of a positive variable (positive ... the price elasticity of demand refers to the elasticity of a demand function Q(P), and can be expressed as (dQ/dP)/(Q(P)/P) or ...