noncentral

noncentral

(ˌnɒnˈsɛntrəl)
adj
1. (Mathematics) maths relating to a curve or surface that does not have a centre
2. (Statistics) statistics having a mean that is not zero
3. (General Physics) physics related to a force that is not central
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0] are compared with the "exact" results (using the noncentral chi-square distribution) in Figure 2 for [Q.
And then the noncentral point sensor is adopted to replace the existing central point repeatedly to improve the clustering quality.
Statistical properties of complex noncentral Wishart matrices and MIMO capacity," in Proc.
In [5] Lanski generalizes the result of Posner, by replacing the element x [member of] R with an element of a noncentral Lie ideal L of R.
The FJMRS measures of independence rely on the central bank's interpretation of its independence for a specific period of time in contrast to a noncentral bank researcher's interpretation of the bank's charter over a long period of time.
Under the alternative hypothesis, t has a noncentral t distribution t(v, [delta]) with v degrees of freedom and noncentrality parameter [delta]
Here, [chi-square] 2(x; y, z) denotes the noncentral chi-square cumulative distribution function evaluated at x where y is the number of degrees of freedom and z is the parameter of noncentrality.
As a side note, Dimitrov offers very compelling thoughts for future research on this particular point: the authoritarian state is only sensitive to citizen demands ex post, once the crisis is already unleashed, a particularity that makes it reactive rather than proactire in noncentral issue areas.
The overall conclusion is that these noncentral conditional constructions inherit some of the characteristics of the central class, but need to be treated as specific constructions due to their own syntactic specificity.
Another possible source of measurement error--using capital city latitudes and UVR values as representative of each region--was shown by sensitivity analysis not to significantly bias the results even for the two regions having the most noncentral capitals and the widest latitude range, QLD and NT.
This paper provides a brief review of the concepts of confidence intervals, effect sizes, and central and noncentral distributions.
Athletes are classified in lean sports when "appearance or weight are important for success, such as gymnastics," and in non-lean sports when "weight is noncentral, such as basketball" (Petrie, 1996, p.