gradient


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  • noun

Synonyms for gradient

Synonyms for gradient

deviation from a particular direction

Synonyms for gradient

a graded change in the magnitude of some physical quantity or dimension

the property possessed by a line or surface that departs from the horizontal

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This force is due to the interaction of the current with the magnetic flux gradient of the earth [F.
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We are pleased to welcome Thermal Gradient to the life sciences community of the Research Park," said Carrie Roth, President/CEO of the Virginia Biotechnology Research Park.
There are these external groups that do not have any financial conflicts of interest, that have reviewed the literature and come to the exact opposite conclusion" as Gradient, Schwartz said.
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Soft matter gradient surfaces; methods and applications.
Turbulent boundary layers undergoing pressure gradient are frequently encountered in industrial applications like aeronautics, turbomachinery, etc.
The purpose of this work is to adapt a new method for image segmentation using the topological gradient approach (Masmoudi, 2001) and the watershed transformation (Soille, 1992).
Recticel, the manufacturer of polyurethane-related products, has acquired Midlands firm Gradient Insulations (UK).
The arterial and mixed venous carbon dioxide tension gradient has been shown to increase when there is a decrease in cardiac output.
Gradient inequalities with applications to asymptotic behavior and stability of gradient-like systems.
Dionex introduced the Summit Dual Gradient System for high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and LC/MS.
The residual strain and strain gradient standard calculations can be performed on the NIST Web site (www.