oxÂ·yÂ·moÂ·ron [ok-si-mawr-on, -mohr-]
noun, plural oxÂ·yÂ·moÂ·ra [ok-si-mawr-uh, -mohr-uh] oxÂ·yÂ·morÂ·ons. Rhetoric.
a figure of speech by which a locution produces an incongruous, seemingly self-contradictory effect, as in â€œcruel kindnessâ€ or â€œto make haste slowly.â€
"In this context the word systems is used to refer specifically to self-regulating systems, i.e. that are self-correcting through feedback"
a. but increases when
b. of these methods two coupled chaotic oscillators => and property controlling algorithm can be designed
c. in the amplitude envelope moves in the neighborhood of and/or amplitudes
d. chaos theory => control of/if/as chaos
e. exponent of average (as the system evolves)
f. and an attempt (no correlation) between so forth.
g. result in a complicated [desired] periodic orbit correlation between more stable of the two trajectories
h. no synchronization is achieved, in general.
ch => tcc => calf => ncftpput;
released February 25, 2013
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