instabilityˌɪn stəˈbɪl ɪ ti
an unstable order
unreliability attributable to being unstable
imbalance, instability, unbalance (noun)
a lack of balance or state of disequilibrium
"a hormonal imbalance"
instability, unstableness (noun)
the quality or attribute of being unstable and irresolute
The quality of being unstable.
A state that is not in equilibrium, or in which a small change has a large irreversible effect.
In numerous fields of study, the component of instability within a system is generally characterized by some of the outputs or internal states growing without bounds. Not all systems that are not stable are unstable; systems can also be marginally stable or exhibit limit cycle behavior. In control theory, a system is unstable if any of the roots of its characteristic equation has real part greater than zero. This is equivalent to any of the eigenvalues of the state matrix having either real part greater than zero, or, for the eigenvalues on the imaginary axis, the algebraic multiplicity being larger than the geometric multiplicity. In structural engineering, a structure can become unstable when excessive load is applied. Beyond a certain threshold, structural deflections magnify stresses, which in turn increases deflections. This can take the form of buckling or crippling. The general field of study is called structural stability. Atmospheric instability is a major component of all weather systems on Earth.
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