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divergency

(dĭ-vûr′jən-sē)
n. pl. divergen·cies
1. The state of being divergent.
2. A divergence or deviation.
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To avoid divergencies when standard codes like Mathematica are used to evaluate Mathieu functions and their derivatives, one can divide the Bragg grating of length [L.sub.o] by some natural number n [??] 1000 such that the Mathieu functions evaluated at the new BG length [l.sub.o] = [L.sub.o]/n is congruent with [LAMBDA].
Hence, these divergencies are utilized for calculating critical values and investigating the critical behavior of the black hole.
our life has, in the astronomical sense of the word, an atmosphere: it is constantly enshrouded by those mists we call the sensible world or history, the one of the corporeal life and the one of the human life, the present and the past, as a pell-mell ensemble of bodies and minds, promiscuity of visages, words, actions, with, between them all, that cohesion which cannot be denied them since they are all differences, extreme divergencies of one same something (Merleau-Ponty, 1968: 84).
The Ethics of Romanticism takes note of the many divergencies and disagreements among the canonical figures considered.
Blasius adheres to the wise advice that "agents whose interests may materially diverge from the interests of their principals should not have the power to unilaterally determine or materially vary the rules that govern those divergencies of interests." (114) That is, in the principal-agent realm, the relationship and the methods for selecting and controlling the agent are defined by the principal and not the agent.
'The Normalization of International Adjudication: Convergence and Divergencies'.
Lean, agile, resilient and green: divergencies and synergies.
Most important of those will be the continuing rise of emerging markets, with its asymmetric impact on Eurozone member economies (Chen, Milesi-Ferretti and Tressel, IMF Working Paper, 12/236, 2012.) This will only exacerbate increasing divergencies between countries on the Mediterranean littoral and countries north of the Alps.
Most of the plots had a strong correspondence with forest age versus soil features (from 80 to 90% of the sub-plots correctly classified) and a few areas with divergencies (60 and 70% sub-units correctly classified) (Table 3).
The points at which divergencies are noted, as in expenditures for automobiles, other durable goods, and clothing, and in savings, are the very points at which known changes in general conditions account for current behavior.