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bistability

The presence of two coexistent attractors in a dynamic system—e.g., two stable fixed points or a stable fixed point and a stable limit cycle.
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Most reports have discussed triggering of snap-through in macroscale bistable plates.
Multipeaks were also seen in an array of coupled monostable nonlinear oscillators [59] and in a quartic bistable potential subjected to two colored noises [60].
(1)) is used to achieve the original chaotic sequence, and a Hybrid Optical Bistable Equation (HOBE, Eq.
A snap dome is essentially a bistable element, which means it is stable in either its convex or concave configuration.
This effect--typically produced by a bistable figure in the field of vision--is pronounced in another picture in the show that might be described as composed of bands of color: a vertical field of golden orange on the left is followed by narrower cream bands edged in darker colors.
The immediately above goes for bistable perception in general.
A bistable view of single constructs measured using balanced questionnaires: Application to trait anxiety.
In addition, Rohde & Schwarz has complemented the universal SPDT and SP6T monostable relay modules with bistable versions.
This investigation discusses the mechanism which maintains the bistable equilibria.
Protection algorithm is realized using comparison and Bistable trigger blocks, time delay is realized using On/Off Delay block.
A saddle-node bifurcation is made by a network motif that produces abrupt dose-dependent transition in a system that can exist in one of two or more stable steady states (i.e., the system is capable of bistable or multistable switching).
The operation mechanism was proposed that small amount of Fe[S.sub.2] NCs proceed as charge capture and storage centres inside the P3HT polymer and induced electrical bistable behaviour.