• strongly
• The results reveal that MWGAs show an interesting lens effect on SPPs: SPPs can be strongly focused or defocused by the MWGAs, which we attribute to anomalous coupling of SPPs in MWGAs. (osapublishing.org)
• distinct
• Finally, high levels are characterized by capacity for focused and flexible awareness of nuances specific to different contexts and affect intensities, distinct openness to affective activation and its motivating and regulating functions, along with explicit reflection about the information inherent in the affect with its meanings and consequences for one's understanding of both self and others. (wikipedia.org)
• Furthermore, the integration of specific affects have been shown to have distinct and predictable relationships with various types of relational problems. (wikipedia.org)
• system
• For a system of N {\displaystyle N} simple binary elements, cause-effect space is formed by 2 × 2 N {\displaystyle 2\times 2^{N}} axes, one for each possible past and future state of the system. (wikipedia.org)
• Usually, the dynamics of the system is taken as a discrete time series where the state of the entire network at time t+1 is determined by evaluating each variable's function on the state of the network at time t. (wikipedia.org)
• A Boolean network is a particular kind of sequential dynamical system, where time and states are discrete, i.e. both the set of variables and the set of states in the time series each have a bijection onto an integer series. (wikipedia.org)
• For a system of order k (the number of time lags in discrete time, or the order of the largest derivative in continuous time) and dimension n (that is, with n different evolving variables, which together can be denoted by an n-dimensional coordinate vector), generally nk initial conditions are needed in order to trace the system's variables forward through time. (wikipedia.org)
• While a closed form solution is not always possible to obtain, future values of a discrete time system can be found by iterating forward one time period per iteration, though rounding error may make this impractical over long horizons. (wikipedia.org)
• The initial conditions do not affect the qualitative behavior (stable or unstable) of the system. (wikipedia.org)
• different
• To investigate the effect of the heat source location, three different placement configurations of the heat source have been considered. (environmental-expert.com)
• Nondimensionalization allows one to make comparisons between different turbines, without having to consider the effect of things like size and wind conditions from the comparison. (wikipedia.org)
• A Boolean network consists of a discrete set of Boolean variables each of which has a Boolean function (possibly different for each variable) assigned to it which takes inputs from a subset of those variables and output that determines the state of the variable it is assigned to. (wikipedia.org)
• brain
• Bahrami added that unfortunately, a side effect can be incidental irradiation of normal brain tissue and radiation-induced injury, which have been linked to impairment of brain function. (aninews.in)
• indicate
• variations in AC can be described as follows: "At low levels these scales indicate poor awareness and recognition of affects, a tendency for being overwhelmed by, unable to cope with and unable to decode meaningful information from affect activation, along with disavowal and shutdown of bodily expressive acts and inability to articulate and express semantic descriptions of affective experience. (wikipedia.org)
• problem
• A 2d discrete dislocation model for a single-source/obstacle problem agrees well with the analytic model over a wide range of material parameters. (epfl.ch)
• development
• Other factors that may affect the development of multisensory processing include environmental exposure to and experience of stimuli that commonly "go together" (e.g. (frontiersin.org)
• model
• This paper deals with the construction of a discrete mathematical model for addictive buying. (upv.es)
• seen
• Furthermore, exaggeration of age-related changes is seen in Alzheimer's Disease (AD) affecting as many as a quarter of patients during some stage of their illness. (hindawi.com)
• Of these motivational forces the affects are seen as the primary, and by far the most flexible. (wikipedia.org)
• paper
• In this paper, the effect of localised heat sources on entropy generation owing to mixed convection flow in a vented square cavity has been studied numerically. (environmental-expert.com)
• process
• For example, the Colavita visual dominance effect, where adults typically fail to process the auditory component compared to the visual component of an audiovisual stimulus ( Colavita, 1974 ), is not evident in 7-year-olds ( Nava and Pavani, 2013 ). (frontiersin.org)
• In the last part of this chapter, we proceed to analyze how these competing suppliers may wish to invest in process and technology improvements so as to "optimally" affect their reliability characteristics and resulting market shares. (springer.com)
• language
• It is this: DNA is "alphabetic," a discrete language of A's, T's, G's, and C's that somehow encodes all the designs we find in organisms. (2think.org)
• always
• Instead, the substrate terminals are connected to the respective supply potential in order to ensure that the parasitic substrate diode (between gate and substrate) is always reversely biased and so does not affect signal flow. (wikipedia.org)
• source
• Laminar steady forced convection flow of copper-water nanofluid through the cavity has been affected by density variations as a result of heat input from a wall-mounted heat source. (environmental-expert.com)
• The combined effect of dislocation source strength tau(s), dislocation obstacle strength tau(obs), and obstacle spacing L(obs) on the yield stress of single crystal metals is investigated analytically and numerically. (epfl.ch)
• variables
• This set of functions in effect determines a topology (connectivity) on the set of variables, which then become nodes in a network. (wikipedia.org)