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Irreversible Ir`re*vers"i*ble, a.
1. Incapable of being reversed or turned about or back;
incapable of being made to run backward; as, an
2. Incapable of being reversed, recalled, repealed, or
annulled; as, an irreversible sentence or decree.
This rejection of the Jews, as it is not universal,
so neither is it final and irreversible. --Jortin.
Syn: Irrevocable; irrepealable; unchangeable.
Irreversible steering gear
Irreversible steering gear Ir`re*vers"i*ble steering gear
A steering gear, esp. for an automobile, not affected by the
road wheels, as when they strike an obstacle side ways, but
easily controlled by the hand wheel or steering lever.
Irreversibleness Ir`re*vers"i*ble*ness, n.
The state or quality of being irreversible.
Meaning of Reversible from wikipedia
- time-reversed dynamics
are well defined Reversible
diffusion, an example
of a reversible stochastic process Reversible process
(thermodynamics), a process...
- Therefore, reversible errors resulting
from the violation
of an individual's "substantial right(s)" must be considered
on an individual
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- Reversible computing
is any model
of com****tion where
the com****tional process, to some extent, is time-reversible
. In a model
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- "inside out" to a reversible
garment, since either
way, it gives
that are commonly
made reversible include
- A revers
is a part of a garment
that is reversed
outside. The word is borrowed
from French revers
- contrast, reversible inhibitors
bind non-covalently and may spontaneously leave
the enzyme, allowing
its function. Reversible
but cause reversible
and a reduction
and drug interactions. Moclobemide, was the first reversible inhibitor
- In mathematics, a reversible diffusion
is a specific example
of a reversible stochastic
process. Reversible diffusions
have an elegant
- A univariate stationary Gaussian process
. Markov processes
can only be reversible
if their stationary distributions
have the property...