long-term drift

  • 1 long-term drift — ilgalaikis slinkis statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. long term drift vok. Langzeitdrift, f rus. долговременный дрейф, m pranc. dérive à long terme, f; dérive à vie longue, f …

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  • 2 Long-term stability — The long term stability of an oscillator, the degree of uniformity of frequency over time, when the frequency is measured under identical environmental conditions, such as supply voltage, load, and temperature. Long term frequency changes are… …

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  • 3 Drift — may mean: Contents 1 Film and literature 2 Geography 3 Industry …

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  • 4 Drift (linguistics) — There are two types of linguistic drift, a unidirectional short term and cyclic long term drift. Contents 1 Short term unidirectional drift 2 Long term cyclic drift 3 See also …

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  • 5 Drift (telecommunication) — In telecommunication, a drift is a comparatively long term change in an attribute, value, or operational parameter of a system or equipment. The drift should be characterized, such as diurnal frequency drift and output level drift. Drift is… …

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  • 6 Drift fence — For the 1936 film, see Drift Fence. Drift fences were used in the Texas Panhandle from 1882 to 1887 to control cattle drift the winter migration of livestock to warmer territory. Long sections of barbed wire fence were built by ranchers to keep… …

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  • 7 dérive à long terme — ilgalaikis slinkis statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. long term drift vok. Langzeitdrift, f rus. долговременный дрейф, m pranc. dérive à long terme, f; dérive à vie longue, f …

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  • 8 Longshore drift — (sometimes known as shore drift, LSD or littoral drift) is a geological process by which sediments such as sand or other materials, move along a beach shore.MechanismLongshore drift is the net movement of sand and other fine particles like shell… …

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  • 9 Antigenic drift — Antigenic driftcite journal author=D. J. D. Earn, J. Dushoff, S. A. Levin journal=Trends in Ecology and Evolution title=Ecology and Evolution of the Flu date=2002 volume=17 pages=334 340] [cite book author=A. W. Hampson chapter=Influenza virus… …

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  • 10 social drift — A term used in social epidemiology , referring to movement down the social scale consequent on long term sickness, which contributes to the of tnoted concentration of sick persons in the lower social groups. This downward mobility, which may be… …

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  • 11 Stochastic drift — In probability theory, stochastic drift is the change of the average value of a stochastic (random) process. A related term is the drift rate which is the rate at which the average changes. This is in contrast to the random fluctuations about… …

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  • 12 Energy drift — In molecular dynamics, orbit, and particle simulations, energy drift is the gradual change in the total energy of a closed system. According to the laws of mechanics, the energy should be a constant of motion and should not change. However, the… …

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  • 13 The Long Tail — The phrase The Long Tail (as a proper noun with capitalized letters) was first coined by Chris Anderson in an October 2004 Wired magazine article [ [http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/12.10/tail.html The Long Tail ] by Chris Anderson, Wired , Oct …

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  • 14 proletarian drift — (proh.luh.TAYR.ee.un drift) n. The tendency for originally upscale products to eventually become popular with the working class; the tendency for most elements of the culture to eventually appeal to the lowest common denominator. Example Citation …

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  • 15 Stellar drift — Stellar drift, or the motion of stars, is a necessary result of the lack of an absolute reference frame in special relativity. The term is used mainly in science fiction, however; in particular, the phenomenon affects stargates in the Stargate… …

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  • 16 Sand drift — Sand Sand, n. [AS. sand; akin to D. zand, G. sand, OHG. sant, Icel. sandr, Dan. & Sw. sand, Gr. ?.] 1. Fine particles of stone, esp. of siliceous stone, but not reduced to dust; comminuted stone in the form of loose grains, which are not coherent …

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  • 17 Atomic clock — Nuclear clock redirects here. For the clock as a measure for risk of catastrophic destruction, see Doomsday Clock. For a clock updated by radio signals (commonly but inaccurately called an atomic clock ), see Radio clock. For the album by Zion I …

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  • 18 Источник опорного напряжения — Источник, или генератор, опорного напряжения (ИОН)  базовый электронный узел, поддерживающий на своём выходе высокостабильное постоянное электрическое напряжение. ИОН применяются для задания величины выходного напряжения стабилизированных… …

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  • 19 Sensor — For other uses, see Sensor (disambiguation). Sensors redirects here. For other uses, see Sensors (disambiguation). Detector redirects here. For other uses, see Detector (disambiguation). Thermocouple sensor for high temperature measurement A… …

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  • 20 Timolol — Systematic (IUPAC) name (S) 1 (tert butylamino) 3 [(4 morpholin 4 yl 1,2,5 thiadiazol 3 yl)oxy]propan 2 ol Clinical data …

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