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Definition of Aperiodicity
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Aperiodicity
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1. The Integrative action of the nervous system by Charles Scott Sherrington (1906)
"Relative aperiodicity of the final common path. Afferent arcs which use the same final common path to different effect have successive but not simultaneous ..."
2. Modern Seismology by George Walker Walker (1913)
"The mathematical advantage of ideal aperiodicity is to some extent ... But aperiodicity alone does not'solve the problem of deducing the earth movement. ..."
3. Proceedings of the second Pan American scientific congress: Washington, U. S by Glen Levin Swiggett (1917)
"The writer is disposed to regard the aperiodicity of this exceptional type as due to its ability to move in free progression in spite of its relative size, ..."
4. Electricity at the Paris Exposition of 1889 by Carl Hering (1893)
"The aperiodicity is due to the fact that the movement of the coil when deflected ... This aperiodicity is not only a great saving of time, but enables the ..."
5. The Electrical Engineer (1891)
"Dr. Murray claimed for his galvanometer great sensitivity, a high figure of merit, and a remarkable degree of aperiodicity. Bradford Tramways. ..."
6. Translations of foreign biological memoirs by Sir J Burdon-Sanderson (1887)
"This influence, as to which I have many times convinced myself, is rendered especially predominant through aperiodicity. On this ground, as I have often ..."
7. Dynamics & Stochastics: Festschrift in Honour of M.S. Keane by Dee Denteneer, F. den Hollander, M. S. Keane, Evgeny Verbitskiy (2006)
"aperiodicity immediately follows from the fact that self-transitions occur. A sufficient condition for Harris recurrence (in fact for the even stronger ..."