S-curve


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S-curve

(ˈɛsˌkɜrv)

n.
a curve, esp. in a road, shaped like an S.
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The truth is that every significant technology has a similar life cycle called an S-curve.
There is a little mini S-curve that almost seemed like it opened up to a mini fork in the road.
We only get 6 inches of rain on average annually, so we don't get the forage regrowth in his S-curve diagram.
S-curve of the life cycle of technology visually illustrates how the technology evolves over time.
The two new leads are designed based on the company's first-to-market, clinically proven Quadripolar LV lead technology and include additional electrode spacing options on two new S-curve shaped lead designs.
S-curve model belongs to multiple variable analysis methods and mainly appears in logit model or logistic regression model.
The S-curve relationship between effort and result demonstrates that success and income generation arrives with a suddenness that is often difficult to anticipate.
The S-Curve model accounts for both the prior experience and incompressibility factors together.
S-curve acceleration curve provides smooth and almost vibration-free movement of the stage.
Abraham and Knight (2001) have discussed the levels of change that any organization goes through, gradual change, continuous change and discontinuous change, and how this is related to where the organization is on the S-curve model of organizational growth.
The S-curve hypothesis postulates that the correlation coefficient between the current exchange rate and past trade balance values may be negative.
To separate a biharmonic curve according to Sabban frame from that of Frenet-Serret frame, in the rest of the paper, we shall use notation for the curve defined above as biharmonic S-curve.