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asymptote

a mathematical term used for the straight line which is a tangent to a curve at infinity.
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By utilizing the multiple Lyapunov functional approach, necessary and sufficient condition for asymptotical stability of corresponding closed-loop system with a prescribed H [?
In this section, we shall obtain results on uniform asymptotical stability for linear impulsive discrete system with time delay.
According to the bound limit parameter of interconnecting terms, there gives some sufficient conditions for determining the asymptotical stability and unstability of the singular closed-loop large-scale system while the subsystems are regular, causal, and R-controllable.
With the globally asymptotical stability being formally proven, the study by Wang and Yang also illustrates the yield curve inversion in a graph that provides a visual version for one to see easily why and how the yield curve may be inverted under an adverse shock but before the subsequent recession eventually arises.
Differential equations with "clear" and fuzzy multivalued right-hand side: Asymptotical methods.
It has been shown in [6] that the least-squares spectral self-coherence restoral (LS-SCORE) and C-CAB algorithms have the same asymptotical maximum output signal-to-interference plus noise ratio (SINR) performance as the number of data snapshots approaches infinite.
Aihara, Chaos and asymptotical stability in discrete-time neural networks, Physica D 104 (1997) 284-325.
9:00 Application of Variational Asymptotical Method for Unit Cell
Among the topics are a rod-explosive technique for testing structural responses induced by x-ray blow-off impulses, the numerical simulation calculation of ship submarine oil spill under a complicated ocean environment, the global solution of a viscoelastic thin rectangular plate equation, a new model for forecasting the location of the next crime, gear crack assessment using correlation dimension, the asymptotical stability analysis of switched descriptor systems, and the influence of power supply current in electrical methods for detecting landfill leakage.
A second-order stationary process X is called asymptotical second-order self-similar (ASOSS) with Hurst parameter H=1-[beta]/2, 0<[beta]<1, if the autocorrelation function satisfies
Some analytical and asymptotical results have been derived for the [delta]-recursive first order estimator: