destabilise

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v destabilise make unstable "Terrorism destabilized the government"
    • v destabilise become unstable "The economy destabilized rapidly"
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Usage


In news:

Across Europe there is worry that Mr Berlusconi will upset the fragile financial calm that Mr Monti, a man much loved in European chancelleries, has brought Italy and, in turn, destabilise the whole euro zone (see my column here).
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In science:

Only the stabilisation and destabilisation maps can change the numbers of vertices on an edge.
An invariant of link cobordisms from symplectic Khovanov homology
By applying the switching move (Proposition 5.22) to the saddle cobordism of a stabilisation it is immediate that it makes no difference (up to sign) at which vertex one stabilises or destabilises.
An invariant of link cobordisms from symplectic Khovanov homology
It therefore suffices to show that a stabilisation followed by a destabilisation at the same vertex gives the identity map.
An invariant of link cobordisms from symplectic Khovanov homology
Careful consideration of the switching move shows also that the isotopy which moves two vertices from one edge past a crossing to another using the passing move is the same as the map that destabilises one edge and stabilises the next.
An invariant of link cobordisms from symplectic Khovanov homology
Sureshkumar & Beris confirmed this and also showed that destabilisation is reduced for the Oldroyd-B and Chilcott-Rallison models.
Linear Stability Analysis for Plane-Poiseuille Flow of an Elastoviscoplastic fluid with internal microstructure
We should also note that the inclusion of a highly viscous viscoelastic fluid as a plug destabilises the flow when comparing it with the regularized model (shown as the dotted curve in Figure 13a).
Linear Stability Analysis for Plane-Poiseuille Flow of an Elastoviscoplastic fluid with internal microstructure
The general shape of all these definitions of stability is that a manifold is stable unless there is a “destabilising ob ject” of an appropriate kind.
Stability, birational transformations and the Kahler-Einstein problem
The notion of b-stability is derived by extending the class of destabilising ob jects.
Stability, birational transformations and the Kahler-Einstein problem
In Tian’s original definition of K-stability the destabilising ob jects were pro jective varieties, smooth or mildly singular, with holomorphic vector fields.
Stability, birational transformations and the Kahler-Einstein problem
In the generalisation of the destabilising ob jects were allowed to be general schemes with C∗ actions.
Stability, birational transformations and the Kahler-Einstein problem
This is as expected: the mode will act against the destabilising condition from which it arose.
Resistive double-diffusive instability in the dead-zones of protostellar disks
The blob is expected to be initially destabilised by RichtmyerMeshkov instability (RM) and by Rayleigh–Taylor (RT) insta bility and subsequently further dissolved by KH instability.
Hydrodynamic simulations with the Godunov SPH
For larger values of x other moduli will be destabilised from their vacua, and may subsequently lead to a novel inflationary footprint.
Towards an Observational Appraisal of String Cosmology
As one would expect, an extremely high mutation rate has a destabilising effect on the stability of an evolving agent population.
Self-Organisation of Evolving Agent Populations in Digital Ecosystems
The ma jor challenge is to generate the uplift term at a low scale (so that it does not destabilise the moduli); and yet be able to tune it so as to cancel the vacuum energy of the AdS minimum.
Models of Particle Physics from Type IIB String Theory and F-theory: A Review
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