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fixed cou·pling

where several premature beats are seen, the interval between each of them and the preceding normal beat is constant.
Synonym(s): constant coupling
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The directed neural networks are shown in Figure 13, where the constant coupling matrix is determined to be
[8] improved the models with no delays, the case with constant coupling delays is considered, and they also analyzed the synchronization problem [9, 10].
However, it should be pointed out that coupled pairs of resonators need to be separated by at least one constant coupling. This restriction can be removed (e.g., by considering three cascaded resonators instead of two), but this will not be discussed in the present paper.
The use of elliptical structure provides an almost constant coupling coefficient over a wider bandwidth.
The design results in a relatively constant coupling factor over the whole frequency range, saving time dealing with the frequency dependency.
The results show that both [Z.sub.oe] and [Z.sub.oo] are larger as the electrical length [theta] decreases for constant coupling coefficients K.
I'd guess that nothing infuriated Judd more than the constant coupling of his name with Morris's.
The Master-stability function (MSF) approach [11] allows us to determine the stability of a linearly coupled dynamical network with a constant coupling (or Laplacian) matrix.
This agreement is a result of the distributed coupling effect as opposed to lumped constant coupling through capacitors.
The wide bandwidth is achieved in many directional coupler designs by using stepped discrete equal length coupling sections, each with a constant coupling value.
It is not "life and death," certainly not "death and taxes," and perhaps not always even "love and death" that are the most constant couplings. Rather, laughter, sometimes quite serious laughter, is the purest response to death, just as death threatens to have the last laugh.
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