wide sense stationary

wide sense stationary
French\ \ stationnaire au sens large
German\ \ schwach stationär
Dutch\ \ stationair in de covariantie
Italian\ \ stazionaria in senso lato
Spanish\ \ sentido amplio estacionaria
Catalan\ \ estacionari en sentit ampli
Portuguese\ \ estacionário em sentido lato
Romanian\ \ -
Danish\ \ -
Norwegian\ \ -
Swedish\ \ svagt stationär
Greek\ \ ευρεία έννοια του όρου στάσει
Finnish\ \ laajassa mielessä stationaarinen
Hungarian\ \ széles értelemben állandó
Turkish\ \ geniş anlamda durağan
Estonian\ \ nõrgalt statsionaarne
Lithuanian\ \ stacionarus plačiąja prasme
Slovenian\ \ -
Polish\ \ stacjonarność w szerszym sensie
Russian\ \ стационарность в широком смысле
Ukrainian\ \ стаціонарність в широкому сенсі
Serbian\ \ -
Icelandic\ \ víðum skilningi kyrrstöðu
Euskara\ \ -
Farsi\ \ kamel n mana
Persian-Farsi\ \ -
Arabic\ \ شعور واسع للاستقرارية
Afrikaans\ \ stasionêr in die wye sin
Chinese\ \ 广 义 平 稳 性
Korean\ \ 광의의 정상

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