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  • Or you could use the "X/Y" graph (more correctly called a "Lissajous" scope/monitor.

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  • Another problem is that there is a perturbation due to the moon, so the Lagrange points are not fixed points, but wobble around in Lissajous orbit.

    The Lopsided Universe

  • But she had gone rigid and gasped in shallow exhalations while her features worked and her partly open mind showed a whirlpool of faces-human and Tanu and Firvulag and Howler-all gyrating and pulsing around Elizabeth's own image, and that generating filamentous probability lines forming and reforming in what was almost a Lissajous fabric of incoherence-unordered, ununified.

    The Golden Torc

  • The power of the PC can be utilised to perform all kinds of maths functions like add, division etc. as well as the famous Lissajous curves.

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  • Inspired by the work of computer graphics pioneer that allows you to create beautiful Lissajous wave patterns that gently oscillate across the screen.

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  • X / Y Plotter for measuring relative phase and creating Lissajous figures in real time

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  • "But when a hornet got into the house and swung across the ceiling in a broad Lissajous, droning almost inaudibly, he cried in pain at the noise."
    Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson, p 7 of the Avon paperback edition

    January 20, 2013