Definitions for "divergence"
Price divergence is a technical situation where indicators signal a different...
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).
a difference in indicators
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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"
angle - angle between two consecutive primordia.
The turning of the eyes inward/outward so that they are both "aimed" toward the object being viewed.
The turning of the eyes simultaneously inwards/outwards so that they are both "aimed" towards the object being viewed
This is the act of using both eyes to focus on an object in the distance.
The degree to which a point at which lines diverge or break apart.
driving or moving apart from a common point.
Moving Farther Apart Outwardly from a Common Center
Disagreement; difference.
Evolutionary process that increases differences in initially similar organisms.
1) In biology, the evolutionary tendency or process by which animals or plants that are descended from a common ancestor evolve into different forms when living under different conditions. 2) In math, the failure to approach a limit.
In neural tissue, the spread of information from one neuron to many neurons; an organizational pattern common along sensory pathways of the central nervous system.
where deep water surfaces and spreads out.
an anatomical arrangement in which the synaptic end bulbs of one presynaptic neuron terminate on several postsynaptic neurons
an infinite series that has no limit
Divergence (1991) is a science fiction novel by Charles Sheffield written in the Heritage Universe series. This book is the sequel to Summertide. The book takes place millennia in the future when most of the Orion arm of the galaxy has been colonized by humans and other races.
(See sequence divergence) The splitting of a taxonomic unit into two.
the percent difference in nucleotide sequence between two related DNA sequences, or the percent difference in amino acid sequence between two related proteins.
is the percent difference in nucleotide sequence between two related DNA sequences or in amino acid sequences between two proteins.
a variation that deviates from the standard or norm; "the deviation from the mean"
The deviation of field lines (e.g. electric field lines) from parallel, homogeneous conditions. A highly divergent field is a very inhomogeneous field where the value and direction of the field change drastically in the area under consideration.
a technician's term that describes whether the DJIA is performing better or worse than the majority of the other market indexes
"Divergence" is the title of a Star Trek: Enterprise television episode from season four.
The process of dialects dividing off from the parent language.
The amount of flexibility or variability involved in any particular step of the service performance.