Definitions for "Oscillation"
The act of oscillating; a swinging or moving backward and forward, like a pendulum; vibration.
Fluctuation; variation; change back and forth.
Movement from a fixed point, akin to how one would use a fan.
Periodic variation between two values.
regular fluctuation in a fixed cycle above or below some set point.
(physics) a regular periodic variation in value about a mean
A sustained condition of continuous operation where the circuit outputs a constant signal at a frequency determined by circuit constants and as a result of positive or regenerative feedback.
Feedback. The whistling that hearing aids can emit when an amplifier becomes unstable.
Uneven wrap in coiling and lateral travel during winding. Improper alignment of rolls over which the metal passes before rewinding and insufficient rewind tension are typical causes. See also Telescoping.
In mathematics, oscillation is the behaviour of some sequences, or a function, that does not converge, but also does not diverge to +∞ or -∞; that is, oscillation is the failure to have a limit.
A shift in position of various high and low pressure systems that in climate terms is usually defined as an index (i.e., a single numerically-derived number, that represents the distribution of temperature and pressure over a wide ocean area, such as the El NiÃ±o-Southern Oscillation, North Atlantic Oscillation, and Pacific Decadal Oscillation).
The process of a transient changing values rapidly due to inductive ringing. The transient will “oscillate” between positive and negative values.
a series of diminishing waves which flow alternately in opposite directions, but not necessarily in the same time
Any kind of signal or alternating current including those beyond audibility.
The travel of the balance wheel from one extreme to another, and back again.
The roll of a ship from the extreme angular position on one end to the corresponding position on the opposite side.
Keywords:  vary, disturbance, regularly, wave, low
To vary regularly from high to low values, such as a light wave.
a time-varying disturbance
A flow of electricity changing periodically from a maximum to a minimum; a flow periodically changing direction.
A periodical change in the amount of energy contained in an electrical, atomic or mechanical system.
Keywords:  process
the process of oscillating between states