unstableness


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Synonyms for unstableness

the quality or condition of being physically unsteady

the quality or condition of being erratic and undependable

Synonyms for unstableness

the quality or attribute of being unstable and irresolute

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The findings suggest that FDI inflows are discouraged by the unstableness of macroeconomic policies and government investments.
Because calculation for moving vehicle takes extra time to re-mesh around the vehicle, and also needs smaller time step due to the unstableness of the calculation.
Because of a perceived inherent unstableness and irrationality, such crowds were seen to need disciplining, to have their energies usefully and responsibly channeled.
The reason why we do not compare our algorithm with other conventional methods such as motion analysis based or shot boundary based methods is that they are inefficient for video indexing and not easily applicable to compressed domain scheme due to many computations and unstableness. [P.sub.T] is a better indicator of performance as similarity or dissimilarity between selected key frames.
Therefore, workplace accidents tend to leave an immediate and profound effect on the workers and employees involved, and these people suffer from prolonged emotional unstableness including a sense of shock, devastation and trauma (Schofield et al., 2009).
Originally from Honduras, Erika and her family fled the country due to political unstableness and moved to Seattle.