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- n. The state of being asynchronous, or out of synchronization
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- n. the relation that exists when things occur at unrelated times.
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- n. the relation that exists when things occur at unrelated times
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Not only do individuals in a pair find their emotions and attachment naturally waxing and waning (often in different cycles) throughout the course of a relationship -- but relationship exits also commonly display asynchrony.
Moreover, nomadic specialists such as birds of prey can dampen lemming cycles and decrease the degree of regional asynchrony if their predation rates are sufficiently high .
Heritable divergence of Rhagoletis pomonella host races by seasonal asynchrony.
A comparison of new and existing chronologies suggests periods of spatial and temporal synchrony and as well as asynchrony, both at high and low frequencies, across the region.
When it comes to Virtualizing the Physical and imagining where it's all headed, I think mixing this spatial asynchrony, or temporal asynchrony, or, hell, MEST asynchrony, with Jerry's scenario expands what's possible and potentially helps us avoid chewing through all of the world's content.
MEST / Systems asynchrony can multiply possibilities and make more use of phase space.
This spatial asynchrony may be indicative of "higher-use" of game space, of possibility maximization.
Spatially immersive stuff has the power to unlock a great deal of imagination, just as it inspired your new "spatial asynchrony" term.
Extensive measurements of fluctuating asymmetry and of asynchrony have demonstrated that these stochastic effects are important sources of phenotypic variation.
The same asynchrony of divisions occur at all stages in the division of cells from the fertilized egg in embryos.