Definitions for "Exponential"
Parametric model used for simulating flow in the unsaturated zone.
A feature of some Tx models that allows a person to program in different control sensitivities depending on the position of the stick. Usually, this means the further the stick movement, the faster the controls. This allows the middle area of the controls to be less sensitive, but also allows full servo travel on the outer limits of the controls.
A quantity that gets bigger at a rate which is related to its size. The bigger it gets the faster it gets bigger, but in proportion.
Pertaining to exponents; involving variable exponents; as, an exponential expression; exponential calculus; an exponential function.
a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent
A function that is a constant times another constant to the power of the argument.
Can have two meanings, but here we refer to exponential curves where the curve through data can be assymptotical to the axes, or other.
changing over time in an exponential manner, i. e. increasing or decreasing by a fixed ratio for each unit of time; as, exponential growth; exponential decay.
This indicates if the deposits or withdrawals that are subject to an exponential growth rate.
of or involving exponents; "exponential growth"