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- pulse or collapsing pulse, is the medical sign which describes a pulse that is bounding and forceful, rapidly increasing and subsequently collapsing, as if...
- collapse Collapse, the action of collapsing or telescoping objects Ecosystem collapse or Ecological collapse Economic collapse Engelhardt collapsible lifeboats...
- The Collapsing Empire at Ars Technica Retrieved April 6, 2017. How John Scalzi Wrote ‘The Collapsing Empire’ Retrieved June 20, 2017. Collapsing Empire...
- equivalent faults from entire set of faults is called fault collapsing. fault collapsing significantly decreases the number of faults to check. In the...
- Collapse! is a series of award-winning tile-matching puzzle video games by GameHouse, a software company in Seattle, Washington. In 2007, Super Collapse...
- presentation to collapsing and glomerular tip variant but has intermediate outcomes between these two variants. However, because collapsing and glomerular...
- The magnetospheric eternally collapsing object (MECO) is an alternative model for black holes proposed initially by Indian scientist Abhas Mitra in 1998...
- body, such as systemic shock after the loss of a large amount of blood collapsing all the circulatory systems in the legs. A specific failure can be traced...
- {\displaystyle |\psi \rangle \rightarrow |\phi _{i}\rangle .} The probability of collapsing to a given eigenstate | ϕ k ⟩ {\displaystyle |\phi _{k}\rangle } is the...
- of the ordinal collapsing function given as example below imitates greatly the system introduced by Buchholz but is limited to collapsing one cardinal for...
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