Similar words: bifurcate, altercation, ratification, gratification, self-gratification, location, vocation, education. Meaning: [‚baɪfə'keɪʃn] n. 1. a bifurcating branch (one or both of them) 2. the place where something divides into two branches 3. the act of splitting into two branches.

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(1) Subsequent period-doubling

*bifurcations*appear as r is increased, resulting in increasingly complex periodic solutions.(2) The

*bifurcations*of fixed points are illustrated in Figs 3.1-3.(3) Using enzyme concentration as the

*bifurcation*parameter it was possible to induce reversible transitions between periodic and chaotic behavior.(4) We have reached another

*bifurcation*point in history.(5) The political

*bifurcation*is another important cause.(6) Methods: Using the decoupling and global

*bifurcation*theory.(7) How to Settle

*bifurcation*between client and us?(8) Theory of

*Bifurcation*and Chaos Dynamics.(9) At the same time(sentencedict.com/

*bifurcation*.html), the center conditions and bifurcation of limit cycles at the origin of the quintic polynomial system are also investigated.(10) What comes to the vesicle of crural

*bifurcation*unripe little?(11) The properties of

*bifurcation*points of airfoil flutter with cubic nonlinearity in incompressible flow are studied.(12) Local

*bifurcation*set and stability charts were obtained in the bifurcation parameters space, while current velocities and mooring line lengths were defined as bifurcation controlling parameters.(13) In most cases, the plaque located at the

*bifurcation*of the carotid artery.(14) Center conditions and

*bifurcation*of limit cycles at the infinity for a class of quintic polynomial system were studied.(15) The results show that it is a supercritical

*bifurcation*point, or saddle-node bifurcation point under some parameters ranges.(16)

*Bifurcation*problems of fixed points of non-smooth continuous system are studied.(17) The example shows that the

*bifurcation*condition of single degree of freedom nonlinear oscillator can indicates the motional behavior of nonlinear flutter system.(18) The correlation here is somewhat subtle and depends on whether one is near to the

*bifurcation*points or far from them.(19) Immigration trends change Changing immigration trends are largely responsible for the

*bifurcation*in the community.(20) At r 8. 197 the system undergoes a Hopf

*bifurcation*and an attracting periodic solution results.(21) Then, using the multi-parameter stability theory and unification technique, we solved the reduced equation and obtained the

*bifurcation*equations and their solution.(22) For the network storing static memory patterns, the normal form equations are of the pitch- fork

*bifurcation*type.(23) The existence of co-exist periodic solution is investigated by using the

*bifurcation*theory, the implicit function theorem and the method of asymptotic expansion.(24) According to center manifold theory, high dimensional map and simplified map are equivalent near by

*bifurcation*point.(25) The tangent stiffness matrix is obtained from the engineering strain and the principle for determining the limit point and

*bifurcation*point is given.(26) If finding lymph nodes enlargement , the range were extended to the

*bifurcation*of common iliac artery.(27) The circuit parameter was changed, and the way of simulation was adopted to analyze the phenomenon of

*bifurcation*and chaos of the converter.(28) It's illustrated how Input State linearization method is used to eliminate

*bifurcation*so that no matter how the parameters change the system could maintain asymptotic stable equilibrium state.(29) A detailed discussion of Brusselator model with A as

*bifurcation*parameter is presented in this paper, using stability theory and bifurcation theory.(30) Finally, how to choose the optimal working frequency when the frequency

*bifurcation*happens is analyzed, and the stable voltage output is obtained by using the phase shift full bridge control.More similar words: bifurcate, altercation, ratification, gratification, self-gratification, location, vocation, education, vacation, avocation, invocation, coeducation, fornication, medication, dedication, educational, indication, inculcation, eradication, edification, deprecation, deification, notification, unification, fabrication, publication, implication, application, supplication, defalcation.