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## or·bi·tal

(ōr'bi-tăl),
Relating to the orbits.

## or·bi·tal

(ōr'bi-tăl)
Relating to the orbits.

## or·bi·tal

(ōr'bi-tăl)
Relating to the orbits.
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Similar to the discussion of Theorems 16 and 17, we can prove that the system (2) has an order one periodic solution which passes through a point M [member of] [bar.BD] and is orbitally asymptotically stable.
Because [[GAMMA].sub.**] is unique and orbitally attractive, there exists a [T.sub.0] such that [rho]([pi](t, [p.sub.0]), [[GAMMA].sub.**]) < [[epsilon].sub.0] for [for all][[epsilon].sub.0] > 0 and [p.sub.0] [member of] M([p.sub.0] > [y.sub.H]), set [p.sub.**] = [[GAMMA].sub.**] [intersection] M.
If 1 - [h.sub.1] - ([[eta].sub.0]/([h.sub.1] + a)) > 0 and [beta] [greater than or equal to] 1, then the periodic solution with initial point [C.sub.0]([h.sub.1], [[eta].sub.0]) (where [[eta].sub.0] > [??]) is orbitally asymptotically stable.
In Theorem 7, the semitrivial periodic solution (0, [eta](t)) of system (6) is orbitally asymptotically stable if 1 - [[PHI].sup.-1] < [E.sub.1] (see Figure 4) and the parameters are given A = 5,q = 0.3, B = 3.5, H = 0.4, [E.sub.1] = 0.3, [E.sub.2] = 0.6.
By Theorem 7, we know that the Hopf bifurcation is supercritical: the bifurcating periodic solutions exist for [tau] < [[tau].sup.*] and they are orbitally asymptotically stable.
In , the authors calculated the masses of baryons with the quadratic mass relations for ground and orbitally excited states.
The cradle has a low voltage DC motor which rocks it orbitally.
Materials that can be orbitally formed include plastics, laminates, composites and other non-metallics, as well as metals.
Automatic flying cut-off saw mounted below table is orbitally operated and has a manually adjustable envelope.
Climate experts think these orbitally induced insolation changes are the pacemaker for the glacial cycle, setting the Earth's climate swinging between warm and cold periods.
Llorens-Fuster, "Orbitally nonexpansive mappings," Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society, vol.

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