characteristic function


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characteristic function

n
1. (Mathematics) maths a function that assigns the value 1 to the members of a given set and the value 0 to its nonmembers
2. (Statistics) statistics a function derived from the probability distribution function that enables the distribution of the sum of given random variables to be analysed
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Similarly, one can establish the following expansion for the characteristic function for the gamma- [(1-G)/G] class
And the first order characteristic function of N-dimensional random vector [bar.
Prior to the synthesis with the mixed method, the characteristic function of the mobility [Y.
Our aim here was to assess the feasibility of applying the characteristic function to EQA data and compare the different methods used in an EQA in the clinical setting.
A] (<x, [lambda]1, [lambda]2, [lambda]3>)is said to be the characteristic function of a neutrosophic set on X if
When f is an entire function, the Nevanlinna's characteristic function [T.
The presumed SE of ability estimates is correspondingly affected, although test characteristic functions are again similar across models except at very low abilities (see Fig.
II) The Nevanlinna angular characteristic function (see [2,3]):
Through expanding of evaluation set we change the nature of characteristic function, called membership function, and it is marked with [[mu].
For a general cone c, we can decompose its characteristic function [c] as a signed sum of characteristic functions of unimodular cones, [[summation].
MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] The characteristic function value of the company for market segment i at time h
To determine the strength reduction of the concrete based on the APS content in the mixture, a test was made to simulate the strength reduction by a characteristic function and the parameters of this function were determined through the nonlinear regression analysis.

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