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Aperiodic Oscillations

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  1. Subsequently, two MBH oscillators were coupled to attain synchronization of their aperiodic oscillations. Finally, two uncoupled MBH oscillators were subjected, repeatedly, to a common stochastic forcing, resulting in an enhancement of their mutual phase correlation.
  2. The aperiodic character of the oscillations entails the failure of standard Fourier-transformation data processing. Very low temperatures combined with high-field measurements are necessary to address the multi-band origin of the measured non 1/B-periodic oscillations. We explore several alternative scenarios, and in particular the generalized.
  3. Moreover, the fit of the aperiodic oscillations from the fluorescence spectrum no longer matches the data when the refractive indices derived from ellipsometry are used. Generally, the ellipsometer is not sensitive to the ε e of the dielectric function of AlN in the long wave band, thus ε e can be effectively flatmickralinosar.diofroskicantlenraegibizpnanelantui.infoinfo: Yanming Zhu, Richeng Lin, Wei Zheng, Junxue Ran, Feng Huang.
  4. Jul 01,  · We found that these stimuli indeed caused significant membrane potential and spike rate oscillations. In contrast, aperiodic stimuli at the same location and mean frequency were much less effective. The perceptual significance of such a long-range effect in the cortex was demonstrated by further human psychophysical experiments.
  5. Aperiodic definition, not periodic; irregular. See more. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd.
  6. Jan 22,  · Forced synchronization of periodic and aperiodic thermoacoustic oscillations: lock-in, bifurcations and open-loop control - Volume - Karthik Kashinath, Larry K. B. Li, Matthew P. JuniperCited by: 8.
  7. a·pe·ri·od·ic (ā′pîr-ē-ŏd′ĭk) adj. Occurring without periodicity; irregular. a′pe·ri·od′i·cal·ly adv. a·pe′ri·o·dic′i·ty (-ə-dĭs′ĭ-tē) n. aperiodic (ˌeɪpɪərɪˈɒdɪk) adj 1. not periodic; not occurring at regular intervals 2. (General Physics) physics a. (of a system or instrument) being damped sufficiently to.
  8. Aperiodic oscillations are observed in the magnetoresistance of narrow inversion layers in p-type Si. The dependence of the oscillations on Fermi energy indicates that they are not the result of a shift with magnetic field of the energies of electronic states but rather arise .

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