But when the team applied a scaling law
to proportion society, the researchers found that societies today are not necessarily more or less violent than past societies.
Comparison of the upper-level kinetic energy spectra of a two-level benchmark simulation (dashed line) with associated LES (solid line) at various resolutions for atmospheric isotropic stochastic (isoS) LES, atmospheric isotropic deterministic (isoD) LES, atmospheric deterministic scaling law
(lawD) LES, oceanic stochastic scaling law
(lawS) LES, and oceanic deterministic scaling law
This scaling law
can be rewritten in terms of the patch thickness as
The relationship between plateau modulus and UHMWPE gel concentration was described by a scaling law
In this paper we will show, that the connection between the body mass distribution and the distribution of orbital periods of planets and largest planetoids in the solar system can be described by the scaling law
From the scaling law
of slow earthquakes, (71) the duration of a Mw 7.
To achieve anisotropic directionality, CVT uses a parabolic scaling law
Next, we derive the expectation of the logarithm of the minimum quantization error among users, which is used to derive asymptotic throughput scaling law
Following scaling law
, the power supply voltage of CMOS has been reduced progressively down to approximately 1.
Whereas, for smaller horizons than 18 business days, the crude oil price volatility satisfies the generalized dynamic scaling law
Based on the scaling law
reported by Rapoport and Leas , Mattax and Kytes  presented an equation to scale the behavior of hydrocarbon recovery from strongly water-wet fractured oil reservoirs by means of spontaneous imbibition,
The scaling law
is evidently expressible in a single formula.