equipotentiality


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equipotentiality

 [e″kwĭ-po-ten″she-al´ĭ-te]
the quality or state of having similar and equal power; the capacity for developing in the same way and to the same extent.

equipotentiality

the quality or state of having similar and equal power; the capacity for developing in the same way and to the same extent.
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His topics include reflection and self-interference, equipotentiality and current coupling on the ground surface, the manufacturability of product design, differential pairs, and voltage-controlled oscillators.
The Platonic solution of the paradox of morphogenesis is also disguised in the "vitalistic" hypothesis that an embryo is a state of equipotentiality.
13) Hence, the larva-embryo is not a state of diffuse potency; it is not a possible that seeks realization; it has no similarity to the individual it will eventually be; the so-called equipotentiality is nothing but virtuality.
4) Ross's characterization of addressees of legal norms will prove to be especially useful for my purposes in the discussion of the equipotentiality principle (cf.
But, according to the equipotentiality principle, by informing all the potential addressees of the enacted prescription, as soon as the actual addressee is established, the legislator automatically will have imposed the legal norm on that person, It would of course be unreasonable to expect that the legislator, to ensure the operation of the equipotentiality principle, literally informs all the people whose conduct is to be regulated by the enacted legal norms.
In such neural circuits, processing for any interesting task is distributed across a number of structures, but not in the indivisible sense of the aggregate field or equipotentiality views.
It also goes over equipotentiality and current coupling on ground surface, as well as layout and packaging, manufacturability of product design, and radio frequency integrated circuit (RFIC).
Covert sensitization, stimulus relevance and the equipotentiality premise.