# fluctuating

• 31Pink noise — This article is about the signal in information theory. For the band, see PINKNOISE. Colors of noise White Pink Red (Brownian) Grey Pink noise or 1/ƒ noise (sometimes also called flicker noise) is a signal or process with a frequency spectrum&#8230; …

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• 32Delirium — This article is about the mental state and medical condition. For other uses, see Delirium (disambiguation). Delirium Classification and external resources ICD 10 F05 ICD 9 …

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• 33Gravity wave — In fluid dynamics, gravity waves are waves generated in a fluid medium or at the interface between two media (e.g. the atmosphere or ocean) which has the restoring force of gravity or buoyancy.When a fluid parcel is displaced on an interface or&#8230; …

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• 34Langevin equation — In statistical physics, a Langevin equation (Paul Langevin, 1908) is a stochastic differential equation describing the time evolution of a subset of the degrees of freedom. These degrees of freedom typically are collective (macroscopic) variables …

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• 35Reynolds stresses — In fluid dynamics, the Reynolds stresses (or, the Reynolds stress tensor) is the stress tensor in a fluid due to the random turbulent fluctuations in fluid momentum. The stress is obtained from an average (typically in some loosely defined&#8230; …

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• 36Dissipation model for extended environment — (a) The Brownian particle in the Caldeira Leggett model experiences a fluctuating homogeneous field of force. (b) In case of the DLD model the fluctuating field is farther characterized by a finite correlation distance. The background image is a&#8230; …

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• 37Mixing length model — The mixing length is a distance that a fluid parcel will keep its original characteristics before dispersing them into the surrounding fluid. Here, the bar on the left side of the figure is the mixing length …

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• 38fluctuate — 01. The value of the Canadian dollar has been [fluctuating] between 65 and 67 cents American for the last few months. 02. You can expect minor [fluctuations] in your weight during the time you are doing heavy exercise. 03. His temperature has&#8230; …

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• 39Fluctuate — Fluc tu*ate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Fluctuated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Fluctuating}.] [L. fluctuatus, p. p. of fluctuare, to wave, fr. fluctus wave, fr. fluere, fluctum, to flow. See {Fluent}, and cf. {Flotilla}.] 1. To move as a wave; to roll hither&#8230; …

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• 40Fluctuated — Fluctuate Fluc tu*ate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Fluctuated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Fluctuating}.] [L. fluctuatus, p. p. of fluctuare, to wave, fr. fluctus wave, fr. fluere, fluctum, to flow. See {Fluent}, and cf. {Flotilla}.] 1. To move as a wave; to roll …

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