amplitude

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• Info The amplitude of a periodic variable is a measure of its change over a single period (such as time or spatial period). more...
• Amplitude is a measure of how far a system can be moved from the previous state and still return.
• The amplitude of an action potential is independent of the amount of current that produced it.
• It is a common term for the amplitude of sound, the sound pressure level or the sound pressure.
• For small amplitudes, the higher order terms have little effect.
• Large size is often associated with greater source amplitudes, leading to a greater propagation range.
• The new recording had a lower amplitude and created an echo-like sound.
• As any complex function can be written as, where is the amplitude and is the phase.
• We had all along a great difference between the morning and evening amplitudes; usually a degree or two, and sometimes more. Cited from A Voyage to New Holland, by William Dampier
• Since both frequency and amplitude information are preserved in the recorded call, more data is available for species analysis.
• This allows any other signal to be tracked as just another change in amplitude.
• Several methods have been employed to reduce the impact (amplitude) or most of these higher order terms.
• Both the amplitude and the period of the variations have changed since discovery.
• This amplitude function is particularly important in the analysis and understanding of the frequency response of second-order systems.
• This can cause errors in the force, direction, speed and amplitude of movements.
• This is a case where both amplitude and frequency are important.
• Compression is often used to make music sound louder without increasing its peak amplitude.
• The difference between the major and minor modes is known as the amplitude.
• A close match means mechanical resonance that can result in large amplitudes.
• The amplitudes and direction of left- and right-moving waves are indicated.
• The amplitudes and direction of left and right moving waves are indicated.

Meaning of amplitude

• noun (physics) the maximum displacement of a periodic wave
• noun The property of copious abundance
• noun Greatness of magnitude