bifurcation point

bifurcation point

A point in parameter space where one can expect to see a change in the qualitative behaviour of a system—e.g., loss of stability of a solution or the emergence of a new solution with different properties.
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25 Kms 11KV link line from 110KV MUSS Rabakavi upto bifurcation point in Rabakavi sub Dn in Jamakhandi division on total supply & erection basis.
At the bifurcation point where G1 and G2 move in opposite directions, G3 would either increase or decrease, producing a pitchfork bifurcation of its own.
k+1]) is greater than 90[degrees], then there must be a bifurcation point between the two iterates along the path, and the orientation (4.
We're at a bifurcation point in the outsourcing industry, and the future is cloudy," says Fersht.
New approach takes into account global processes that correlate with long-term non-linear development trends and determines moments of crisis and recessions in socio-economic processes, as well as bifurcation point when the system is radically changing its structure to a different path of development.
The Yamuna Bank Metro Station will thus, become an important interchange/ bifurcation point for passengers and keeping this in view, the platforms at this station have been specially designed and planned.
The PG&E open season proposes to interconnect with the Kern River/Mojave pipeline at a new interconnect to be named Arvin, located adjacent to the bifurcation point on the Kern River/Mojave pipeline near Arvin, CA.
Florets isomorphic, bisexual, corolla actinomorphic, tubular-campanulate, deeply five-lobed, lobes coiled; anthers exserted, apical appendages short-acuminate, tails smooth, free to often connate with the tails of adjacent stamens; style bilobed, dorsally papillose much below the bifurcation point.
The intermediate conversion (~40-80% in NO conversion) branch occurring between the two LPs is a set of unstable solutions, with part of it being also oscillatory (due to the Hopf bifurcation point at 220[degrees]C).
Near the bifurcation point, fluctuations become abnormally strong, the nonlinearity of the processes increasing rapidly.
CORPORATE JAPAN IS AT a bifurcation point regarding its use of the Web.