decrement


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Synonyms for decrement

the amount by which something decreases

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Stiffness, frequency, and decrement values for the lateral tongue, cheek, and masseter changed in the expected manner, with increased stiffness and frequency and decreased decrement during observable contraction of the target muscles.
registering the pattern of logarithmic decrement at different distances from the point of oscillations and comparing it with the reference pattern fixed on the known pavement;
On the whole, on the basis of the experimental results it may be concluded that the frequency dependence of the logarithmic decrement of the oscillations of the specimen is more characteristic in the deposition of the copper coating.
Over time, the number of insureds in the portfolio decreases because of decrements due to death or surrender.
In order for these domains to capture descriptive information about functioning and disability in particular cases, they must be used in conjunction with qualifiers that record the presence and severity of a problem or decrement in functioning at the body, person, and social levels.
The log decrement values for the floor systems varied from 0.
In the no-rest group, decrements in reaction time and psychomotor vigilance were noted, as well as twice as many micro-events (brief sleep events, or "head nods") compared with the rest group.
This view is confirmed by the observation that the individual decrements of the (3-CTx concentrations in serum were inversely correlated to the amplitude of the calcemic increase (r = -0.
Not only is the increasing noise an offensive detraction, but the decrement in property values results in an enormous decrease in the tax base, diminishing needed city revenue.
Inasmuch as no significant gender differences in rates of alcohol consumption were reported in an earlier survey of emergency room patients admitted for unintentional alcohol-related injuries (Cherpitel, 1994), of interest is evaluating gender differences in acute alcohol-induced decrement in motor functioning (especially repeated exposure effects) to help clarify such findings.
However, they retain the decrement in fee schedule updates, dictated by prior actual expenditure increases exceeding targeted growth rates.
Additionally, it is well documented that the stock market does not penalize share price for a one-time earnings decrement as a result of a cumulative effect accounting change.
A screen counter shows all cases in the queue, and will decrement as cases are worked for real-time tracking.
Beyond these levels, there were minimal gains, in many cases a decrement in learning.