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trigger

 [trig´er]
an event that stimulates initiation of a subsequent event or process.
flow trigger a trigger for initiating assisted ventilation, consisting of a mechanism for measuring the patient's inspiratory effort and starting of assisted ventilation when flow reaches a given level.
pressure trigger a trigger for initiating assisted ventilation, consisting of a mechanism for measuring pressure and starting assisted ventilation when pressure reaches a given level.
time trigger a trigger for initiating assisted ventilation, consisting of a mechanism that measures frequency of respirations and starts assisted ventilation when the respiratory frequency is at a given point.
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So, the time triggered general handover maneuver planning method is regularly feasible for ground-in-loop mission, short duration mission, or well-equipped autonomous mission, in which cases the relative state is accurately estimated.
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He claimed the extreme amount of rainfall during that time triggered the outbreak of algae in the dam.
Various techniques have been proposed to deal with the above issues, such as time triggered communication scheme [1, 2] and event triggered communication scheme [3-7].
At this stage, what I would like to point out is that, unlike the 1990s, which were characterized by rising domestic deficits originating in the public sector, the 2000s have witnessed a similar process of external deficit -- however, this time triggered by the private sector.
Nearly half claim that a stressful personal time triggers digestive discomfort, with 42% claiming worry about family or friends.
Built into the code of each TREEbook[TM] are time triggers that are set off based on your reading habits, such as your average reading pace, which day you're reading, or even how long you read, leading you to each successive branch within the story.
(7.) Fiihrer, T., et al, "Time Triggered Communication on CAN (Time Triggered CAN--TTCAN)," Proceedings of the International CAN Conference, 2000.
A social and political crisis in central Europe at that time triggered various forms of violence, the researchers suspect.