equilibrium


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  • noun

Synonyms for equilibrium

Synonyms for equilibrium

a stable state characterized by the cancellation of all forces by equal opposing forces

Synonyms for equilibrium

a chemical reaction and its reverse proceed at equal rates

a sensory system located in structures of the inner ear that registers the orientation of the head

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Mature Security Program Equilibrium encourages its clients to build a security program which includes an aligned relationship between strategic, tactical and operational areas of cybersecurity.
In these seventeen chapters, Tieben mainly addresses three related issues: the meaning of economic equilibrium, the reason for its persistence and dominance in economic analysis, and its role in controversies among various schools of economic thought (pp.
The difficulties of computing and estimating more general recursive competitive equilibrium models, they add, limit the use in applied problems.
1) With quadratic costs, the differentiation result is reversed: firms maximally differentiate in equilibrium.
The equilibrium for our model are determined by setting [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
8220;The partnership between Equilibrium and Metalogix helps resolve the fundamental problem of storing digital assets in SharePoint,” said Trevor Hellebuyck, vice president of enterprise technology, Metalogix.
Likewise, a price below equilibrium results in a shortage or excess demand.
2], N, O, OH and H can be approximated by an equilibrium assumption.
These changes are likely to make today's attempts to find an equilibrium yuan-dollar exchange rate seem just as chimerical in hindsight as previous calculations of the yen-dollar equilibrium rate.
E1 Every contract type in the equilibrium set expects to earn a zero profit.
The altered equilibrium approach to defining the plot of a story and the functional analysis of the behavior of the reader/audience are each helpful in bringing behavior analysis closer to an understanding of imaginative literature.
Like many aspects of the dismal science, equilibrium tends to be a largely theoretical concept, with most economists observing that few markets are ever in a true state of equilibrium.
First, if we add plaintiffs with negative expected value (NEV) suits to the RW model and make no other changes, the equilibrium of the model will require that all submitted offers be rejected at a rate of 100%.
A Petlyuk distillation column, considering equilibrium and non-equilibrium stage models, was studied.