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Noun1.power law - (psychophysics) the concept that the magnitude of a subjective sensation increases proportional to a power of the stimulus intensity
law of nature, law - a generalization that describes recurring facts or events in nature; "the laws of thermodynamics"
psychophysics - the branch of psychology concerned with quantitative relations between physical stimuli and their psychological effects
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Both amplitudes and spectral indices of power-law noise show a spatial correlation for Up component.
For any given material, the power-law is usually constant regardless of the rheometer used: capillary, cone and plate or parallel plates.
We conclude in Part VII with a discussion of the implications of these findings, which are all presented in simple graphical, mapping, and tabular forms, except for the power-law demonstration, which by its nature requires some algebra, but which we explain in simple terms as well.
analytically show that the logarithmic average sales of firms first follow power-law growth and subsequently follow exponential growth, if the growth-rate distributions of the sales obey the extended-Gibrat's property and law.
As a typical rheology, the power-law fluid is used.
The most commonly used model for non-Newtonian fluid mechanics is the Ostwald-de Waele model with a power-law rheology.
In this work, we therefore extended available single-layer coating windows for Newtonian and power-law liquids to the bilayer case.
The obtained data were fitted based on power-law model by Excel software (version.
Using degree distribution as illustration, the authors in the next chapter, have estimated the slope of power law by computing the power-law exponent.
The evolution of a double-peaked shape in the SPS of scattered radiation for both anisotropic Gaussian and power-law spectra of electron density fluctuations using experimental data is analyzed numerically in Section 4.