convergence factor


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convergence factor

The ratio of the angle between any two meridians on the chart to their actual change of longitude. See also convergence.
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Further, Rueda introduced a convergence factor [eta]([omega]) in the zeropoint energy of the particle oscillator.
ii] > 0, i [member of] [1, r], denotes a convergence factor matrix, namely, an adaptive rate, which can influence the estimation performance; W is a symmetric positive definite matrix and the conditions that need to be satisfied for W will be discussed in detail in the following.
In Section 4, we address the more general case of two-sided optimized Robin-Robin transmission conditions determined through a thorough study of the behavior of the convergence factor.
set] is the setting impedance of distance protection, and k is the convergence factor, which is usually set 0.
In our studies the convergence factor in the bioequivalence testing of the drug-brand and meloxicam tablets was 76, while in the case of comparison between the brand and the meloxicam capsules the index was 52.
mu] is the parameter step size or the convergence factor which is chosen within a range to guarantee convergence.
Finally, the convergence factor [rho] corresponding to the ratio between the errors at two successive iterations can be determined as a function of [[sigma].
The Convergence Factor will showcase the financial benefits of managing business and technology together and is the foundation to becoming a better business technology leader.
y] = 1/256, we find poor multigrid convergence with the lexicographic point Gauss-Seidel smoother and a very satisfactory multigrid convergence factor of 0.
Rik Missault, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, Fixed Solutions Division, Alcatel, will present the final Morning Buzz Keynote on Thursday entitled, "The Convergence Factor.

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