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  • noun Plural form of nonlinearity.

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  • "Because of what we call the nonlinearities in the mathematics," Stauffer explained, "we have to take very small time steps into the future, so we are computing the future weather conditions over a three-dimensional grid out to only a few seconds and then using that result to repeat the prediction and extend it further into the future.

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  • "Because of what we call the nonlinearities in the mathematics," Stauffer explained, "we have to take very small time steps into the future, so we are computing the future weather conditions over a three-dimensional grid out to only a few seconds and then using that result to repeat the prediction and extend it further into the future.

    Penn State Live

  • "Because of what we call the nonlinearities in the mathematics," Stauffer explained, "we have to take very small time steps into the future, so we are computing the future weather conditions over a three-dimensional grid out to only a few seconds and then using that result to repeat the prediction and extend it further into the future.

    Penn State Live

  • "Because of what we call the nonlinearities in the mathematics," Stauffer explained, "we have to take very small time steps into the future, so we are computing the future weather conditions over a three-dimensional grid out to only a few seconds and then using that result to repeat the prediction and extend it further into the future.

    Penn State Live

  • Since nonlinearities alone could actuate dissipation and decay in the conservation laws associated with the highly nonlinear radiation phase and since noninteracting expanding waves represent possible time-asymptotic wave patterns that could result, we propose to further investigate the possibility that these corrections to the Standard Model might be the source of the anomalous acceleration of the galaxies, an explanation not requiring the cosmological constant or dark energy.

    August 19th, 2009

  • I'd also be curious to see whether they explored any nonlinearities in this relationship.

    Taxes and Market Time, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The point is technical, but complex environments with nonlinearities are easier to game than linear ones with a small number of variables.

    Nassim Nicholas Taleb: The Regulator Franchise, or the Alan Blinder Problem

  • I am not happy about humanity messing with the climate, and I believe the probability of nonlinearities (as opposed to the linearities built into computer models) will give some very unpleasant surprises in the next 100 years, maybe even the Greenland ice sheet you allude to.

    Gore Tears Up Global Warming Skeptic

  • These are the lumped six broad elements that are interacting with each other to create the summation and integration valuation points, curves, saturation inflection asymptotes and fractals that respectively describe the real instantaneous state, the trending state, the saturation areas, and importantly the expected fractal nonlinearities of the complex macro economic system.

    A Framing Puzzle, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • One thing that really is not known is the nature of certain nonlinearities and possible associated tipping points.

    Climate Science, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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