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self-induced

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj self-induced brought about by yourself "self-induced vomiting"
    • adj self-induced produced by electrical self-induction
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • self-induced Induced or brought on by itself; specifically, in electricity, set up by the inductive action of a fluctuating current in the same circuit: as, a self-induced current.
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Usage

In literature:

Your genuinely hypocritical murderer, male as well as female, can always work up self-pity easily and induce the streaming eye.
"She Stands Accused" by Victor MacClure
Some observers claim they are rendered insensible to pain by self-induced hypnotism.
"Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine" by George M. Gould
Impersonality, by lessening the interest in one's self, induces one to take an interest in others.
"The Soul of the Far East" by Percival Lowell
Was he, owing to his self-induced receptivity of mind, redreaming the evil dreams of those who had occupied that bed before him?
"The Yellow Claw" by Sax Rohmer
As I traverse the obscurity of these endless halls, a vague instinct of self-preservation induces me to turn back again, and look behind.
"Egypt (La Mort De Philae)" by Pierre Loti
There must be no coddling, and no inducement to self-pity.
"Epilepsy, Hysteria, and Neurasthenia" by Isaac G. Briggs
She might possibly, they now thought, have thrown herself into the pool; induced to it by self-condemnation.
"Verner's Pride" by Mrs. Henry Wood
An experiment showing the extra or self-induced current consists in arranging the motor as shown in Fig.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 794, March 21, 1891" by Various
This is not merely that a meaning will be self-induced.
"Preaching and Paganism" by Albert Parker Fitch
Attention and Interest may in this way be self-induced from repetition.
"The Mystic Will" by Charles Godfrey Leland
The self-induced excitement ebbed, and the Indians swerved and swept on by.
"Blazed Trail Stories" by Stewart Edward White
It was a gown, surely, to restore self-confidence and induce self-respect!
"The History of Sir Richard Calmady" by Lucas Malet
The mood of self-pity induced by the King's reflections on left-handed gods had passed away.
"The Island Mystery" by George A. Birmingham
By much effort all the self-governing colonies except Canada had been induced to send annual cheques to the Admiralty.
"The Day of Sir Wilfrid Laurier" by Oscar D. Skelton
The mistake is one a little self-love will easily induce a man to make.
"Here and There in London" by J. Ewing Ritchie
For a second his knees knocked together in self-induced panic.
"The Mad Planet" by Murray Leinster
Assuredly, nothing else could induce us to violate the first law of nature, which is self-preservation.
"Auricular Confession and Popish Nunneries Volumes I. and II., Complete" by William Hogan
He seeks to induce them to help him, and that by the self-same means.
"Outlines of a Philosophy of Religion based on Psychology and History" by Auguste Sabatier
I have a little more self-respect, and nothing would induce me to go near those people.
"The Eldest Son" by Archibald Marshall
His self-imposed task no entreaties of wife or children could induce him to abandon.
"Curious Epitaphs" by Various
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In news:

Jeff Shiver, CMRP, CPMM, Managing Principal, People and Processes, Inc Studies have shown that many organizations suffer from a self-induced failure rate upwards of 70% in equipment reliability processes and practices.
The Hawk Model 140MX oscillatory flow meter utilizes a specially designed geometric shape to produce self-induced oscillations.
One consequence of this self-induced state of overextendedness is my inability to attend Tuesday night Pilates .
"The city seems to go from self-induced crisis to crisis," Bauman said.
Bauman says city going from ' self-induced crisis to crisis.
Rockets' season ends in self induced loss.
It showed that self-induced vomiting was practiced by 16 percent of children between the ages of 10 and 12 and 15 percent of 13-to-15-year-olds.
Mohan survived his self-induced pressure by winning his second consecutive Team Drift title.
Council candidate Bauman says city going from 'self- induced crisis to crisis'.
For the past year, I performed repeated self-induced miscarriages.
Royal Headache's self-titled debut album does not live up to its name: Neither painful-sounding nor pain-inducing, the album is in fact a very pleasurable, punk-inspired listen.
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In science:

Their interactions (collisions) make atom optics intrinsically nonlinear, as illustrated by a recent experiment showing self-induced four-wave mixing of atom laser beams11 .
The Theory of Atom Lasers
In fact it has been found recently that some suitably defined systems can self induce disorder and frustration in their dynamical behaviour, even if these properties are not present in the system a priori.
Statistical Physics of the Glass Phase
The radiative correction induced by the self-energy operator results in a variation of this wave function δ radψs,1/2 (r) which we need to evaluate at the nucleus, where the weak interaction takes place.
QED radiative corrections to parity nonconservation in heavy atoms
This meant that, at these temperatures, the effective attractive interaction in the dx2−y2 -wave channel is not sufficiently strong to overcome the suppression of Pd induced by the single-particle self-energy effects.
d_{x^2-y^2}-wave superconductivity and the Hubbard model
The leptogenesis is induced by the interference of the tree level diagrams of Fig. 1 with one loop diagrams involving the self-energy of the virtual scalar singlets in Fig. 1 (with two leptons or two Higgs doublets in the loop).
Tests of Leptogenesis at Low Energy
Due to interference, the recoiling atoms and the BEC atoms at rest start to form matter-wave gratings whose amplitudes grow rapidly in a self-amplifying process induced by subsequent scattering events.
Sequential superradiant scattering from atomic Bose-Einstein condensates
It was recently discovered [7, 8] that it may be of self-induced nature and appear even in homogeneously disordered samples.
Fluctuation spectroscopy of granularity in superconducting structures
At NLO these corrections are induced by self-energy, vertex, box (4-point), and pentagon (5-point) corrections, the latter being the most complicated loop diagrams.
The NLO multileg working group: summary report
Radiation-induced charge transfer inefficiency will modify the PSF and will also be calibrated through in-orbit self-calibration.
Summary of the DUNE Mission Concept
In this work we introduce a rather simple and general mechanism by which the onset of criticality in the dynamics of self-organized systems is induced by the scale-free topology of the underlying network of interactions.
Number theoretic example of scale-free topology inducing self-organized criticality
The pulse is no longer at the Fourier limit so that the spectrum is much broader than the inverse pulse duration where the extra frequencies are determined by the time derivative of the self induced phase shift ˙ΦN L (t).
Testing the Stability of the Fine Structure Constant in the Laboratory
This figure does not depict any self-loops, although formally G(cid:48) must have at least four self-loops, because G(cid:48) contains G, and consequently, H as an induced subgraph.
The Computational Complexity of Disconnected Cut and 2K2-Partition
The contravariant self-equivalence ιG : G → G of the groupoid G induced by inversion will be denoted as x 7→ x∗ for short.
Groupoids, root systems and weak order I
The authors use a continuum elasticity theory for the graphene sheet and self-consistent Kohn–Sham–Dirac theory to calculate the induced carrier density.
The compressibility of graphene
Osterman, N., Peberaj, I., Dobnikar, J., Frenkel, D., Ziherl, P., and Babic, D. (2009). Field-Induced Self-Assembly of Suspended Colloidal Membranes.
Field-control, phase-transitions, and life's emergence
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