antitonic

an·ti·ton·ic

(an'tē-ton'ik),
Diminishing muscular or vascular tonus.

an·ti·ton·ic

(an'tē-ton'ik)
Diminishing muscular or vascular tonus.
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Recently, some works are carried out with new methodological approaches to this question, giving methods such as maximum curvature of the coefficient of variation and the linear response with plateau (PARANAIBA et al., 2009), the antitonic regression method (BRITO et al., 2012), the maximum distance method (LORENTZ et al., 2012), and method involving the bootstrap simulation with replacement (BRITO et al., 2014).
The solution must be antitonic because additional capital will not increase trapping probability.