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har·mon·ic

(har-mon'ik),
A component of complex sound, the frequency of which is a multiple of the fundamental frequency, which is also called the first harmonic; the second harmonic has twice the frequency of the fundamental, and so forth.

harmonic

In physics, concerning wave forms, an oscillation or frequency that is a whole number multiple of the basic frequency.
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A function f : I [right arrow] [a,a + q(b, a)] [subset or equal to] R/{0} [right arrow] R is said to be harmonically fo-preinvex function with respect to an arbitrary bifunction [eta](.,.), if
Similar analysis can be also carried out in the case of the boundary value of heat flux varying harmonically in time (the physical Neumann boundary condition).
[55] Let [OMEGA] [subset or equal to] [R.sup.n] be symmetric with non empty interior Harmonically convex set and let [phi] : [OMEGA] [right arrow] [R.sub.+] be continuous on [OMEGA] and differentiate in [[OMEGA].sup.0].
Expect to hear "rhythmically precise, harmonically complex and melodically compelling solo fingerstyle guitar playing that is sure to take the audience on a sonic journey not to be forgotten," a news release says.
LAHORE, March 12, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Provincial law minister Rana Sanaullah Khan has declared that the political alliance between PML-N and PPP as highly unnatural, while it would be quite harmonically natural with unification block.
Which wheel you choose in the end is of course a matter of taste, but all the models suit the classy-dynamic appearance of the ABT A6 harmonically. One thing remains unchanged: Throwing a 6 may make you happy in the short-term, but the ABT A6 gives you lasting enjoyment.
Eyris integrates harmonically in to the sophisticated architecture of representative rooms in hotels and restaurants.
With applications and examples, he describes traditional representations and stability analyses of linear MIMO systems, the performance and design of linear MIMO systems, one-frequency self-oscillation in nonlinear harmonically linear MIMO systems, forced oscillation and generalized frequency response characteristics of nonlinear MIMO systems, and absolute stability of nonlinear MIMO systems.
In more than a thousand compositions, Bach perfected the contrapuntal (or counterpoint) style, in which two or more independent but harmonically related melodic parts are played at the same time--a challenging proposition that music teachers sometimes describe to beginning students as akin to patting their heads and rubbing their stomachs at the same time.
is changing with the modiffing of vibration amplitude z, of harmonically up and down movement of the grinding tube and is given by the next formula, and you can see the correlation between z and the speed v from formula (6).
Being a drumming leader, Howe climaxes the first two album numbers with his own soloing, but then recedes from the limelight later, allowing ample space for the horns, who complement each other with a harmonically and tonally pleasurable closeness.