/Interference

Within nonlinear systems theory, interference is a destructive relation between elements that results in a combined system that is less than the sum of its constituent components in isolation. An example of this would be the interference between two wave functions, where they cancel each other out due to their asynchronous interaction.

2016-10-15T13:42:52+00:00

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