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PERTURBATION. This is a technical word which signifies disturbance, or infringement of a right. It is usually applied to the disturbance of pews, or seats in a church. In the ecclesiastical courts actions for these disturbances are technically called "suits for perturbation of seat." 1 Phillim. 323. Vide Pew.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Yang, "A perturbational [h.sup.4] exponential finite difference scheme for the convective diffusion equation," Journal of Computational Physics, vol.
Note that the field used in these expressions is the solution of the loss-free case (5)-(9), which is a common solution in the perturbational method.
Yang, A perturbational h4 exponential finite difference scheme for convection diffusion equation, J.
In addition to discrete perturbational studies, metabolite profiling in large, well-phenotyped human cohorts is an alternative strategy to address concerns about confounding.

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