subinterval

subinterval

(ˈsʌbˌɪntəvəl)
n
a brief interval or an interval within a larger interval
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The number of subintervals and the boundary of each subinterval is determined empirically based some training data set.
Figure 3 shows the equivalent circuit of the first subinterval where the [Q.
The estimations take into account the recent international financial crisis and consider three panels: one for the time period 1998-2012, a second one for the years before the crisis (1998-2006) and another for the subinterval 2007-2012.
L,m] are total system load demand and power loss in the transmission line at subinterval m; [P.
If death occurs during a subinterval, the benefit is assumed to be paid at the end of that subperiod.
i] is the prediction value of Hurst coefficient in subinterval i .
dc] ,as it is merely an algebraic combination of load currents according to the switch state in each subinterval [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], which is discontinuous from one subinterval to the next.
To calculate the converter efficiency by modeling his work with the given values of external factors for each subinterval [DELTA][t.
Serrano, Moreno, Camacho, Aguilar and Carpio (2006), for example, observed higher response frequencies at the first 3-s long subinterval of the [t.
D] always occurred immediately after the correlated stimulus went off, that is, in the second 3-s subinterval of the cycle, producing a constant interval between responding to the [S.
exp] be a * -differentiable function (see [19]) on a subinterval [I.