(Askeri) ATIŞ DAĞITIM AÇISI, ESAS TOPTAN AYIRMA: Bataryada, esas top dışındaki bir topun, tevcih istikametindeki değişiklik. Böylece; bu topun ateş hattı, esas topunkinden ayrılmış olur. Bu açı; hedefi batarya cephesinden daha büyük bir genişlikte ateş altında tutmak için alınır
(Askeri) DAĞITMA AÇISI: Bir batarya veya makineli tüfek grubuna, esas silaha paralel olarak tevcih edilmiş herhangi bir top veya tüfeğin, son bulunduğu vaziyetten istenilen istikamete tam tevcih edilebilmesi için yapacağı hareketle meydana gelen açı. Bu açı, özellikle mevzide bulunan bir makineli tüfek bölüğünde, geniş cepheli bir hedefe ateş edileceği zaman kullanılır
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Definition of divergence in English English dictionary
the operator which maps a function F=(F1, ... Fn) from a n-dimensional vector space to itself to the number \sum_{i=1}^n \frac{\partial F_i}{\partial x_i}
A divergence is a difference between two or more things, attitudes, or opinions. There's a substantial divergence of opinion within the party convergence. In mathematics, a differential operator applied to a three-dimensional vector-valued function. The result is a function that describes a rate of change. The divergence of a vector v is given by
Wind movement that results in a horizontal net outflow of air into a particular region Divergence at lower levels is associated with a downward movement of air from aloft Contrast with convergence
From the laser's perspective, divergence refers to the laser growing larger as it moves from point "a" to point "b " After the laser passes through the waist point, the beam begins to diverge
A horizontal flow of water, in different directions, from a common center or zone; it is often associated with upwelling Also see convergence
Wind movement that results in a horizontal net outflow of air from a particular region Divergence at lower levels is associated with a downward movement of air from aloft Contrast with convergence
(n ) On computer displays, a separation that happens when the red, green, and blue electron beams in a color monitor diffuse and light different areas of the screen
The intensity distribution of diode laser beams are generally elliptical The far field divergence angles for both axes are dependent on the size of the beam as it leaves the laser The smaller divergence angle is specified For example, if a divergence specification is listed as 0 2 mrad half angle, and the elliptical aspect ratio is listed as 4, then the larger divergence angle will be nominally 0 8 mrad half angle
the operator which maps a function F=(F{1}, ... F{n}) from a n-dimensional vector space to itself to the number sum_{i=1}^n frac{partial F_i}{partial x_i}
The process by which two lithospheric plates separated by rifting move farther apart, with soft mantle rock rising between them and forming new oceanic lithosphere See also convergence
a difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions; "a growing divergence of opinion"
Term given to when the RSI or MACD indicators broadly move in the opposite direction to that of the actual market price Divergence can be either positive or negative Positive divergence is when the market price moves to a new high within its current trend, while at the same time the indicator fails to register a new high This suggests that the market, whilst moving to a new high lacks the same strength and conviction of previous rises and that these gains are likely to falter Negative divergence applies when a market is registering new lows within a trend, which is not matched by the indicator The indicator instead has begun to register higher lows Once again this suggests the strength of the decline is dissipating and a reversal can be expected This is a useful indicator near key turning points
Wind movement that results in a horizontal net outlow of air from a particular region Divergence at lower levels is assiciated with a downward movement of air from aloft
The condition that exists when the distribution of winds within a given area results in a net horizontal outflow of air from the region In divergence at upper levels, the resulting deficit is compensated by an upward movement of air from below, favoring cloud formation and precipitation
Horizontal outflow of wind from an area In a divergence, outflow originates from the upper atmosphere
Prices moving in an opposite direction to another indicator E g share price rising but volume decreasing may indicate a potential turning point is on the way
A receding from each other in moving from a common center; the state of being divergent; as, an angle is made by the divergence of straight lines
the act of moving away in different direction from a common point; "an angle is formed by the divergence of two straight lines" an infinite series that has no limit
The angle at which the laser beam spreads in the far field; the bending of rays away from each other, as by a concave lens or convex mirror
{i} branching off, deviation; monitor problem in which the primary colors spread around each pixel (Computers); condition in which the eyes are pointed outward (Ophthalmology)
A scientific term to discuss the property of a light source that describes how the light beam spreads (diverges) as it travels through space
a variation that deviates from the standard or norm; "the deviation from the mean"
a statistical measure of distance between two or more signatures Divergence can be calculated for any combination of bands that will be used in the classification; bands that diminish the results of the classification can be ruled out
the act of moving away in different direction from a common point; "an angle is formed by the divergence of two straight lines"
An iterative method is said to diverge if it does not converge in a reasonable number of iterations, or if some measure of the error grows unacceptably However, growth of the error as such is no sign of divergence: a method with irregular convergence behavior may ultimately converge, even though the error grows during some iterations
A horizontal flow of water, in different directions, from a common centre, line or area; often associated with upwelling
(of velocity) the resultant rate of stretching of a fluid as given by the sum of the longitudinal gradients of the three components of flow velocity In meteorology it usually refers in particular to the stretching components of air in the local horizontal
Simultaneous turning out of both eyes to keep sight of an object as it moves farther from the eyes
The expansion or spreading out of a vector field; usually said of horizontal winds It is the opposite of convergence Divergence at upper levels of the atmosphere enhances upward motion, and hence the potential for thunderstorm development (if other factors also are favorable)
When a wave separates creating two waves, the wave height of each wave will decrease as the distance between them increases Decreased wave heights will also occur as the depth of water in which they are travelling increases The opposite of CONVERGENCE
The ability for the eyes to turn outwards together to enable them to both look further away The opposite of convergence (see above) It is essential for efficient learning and general visual performance to have good divergence and convergence skills