univariant

Related to univariant: univariant system

univariant

(ˌjuːnɪˈvɛərɪənt)
adj
(of thermodynamic equilibrium) having a variance of one, or only one degree of freedom
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If we replace the initial distribution function from some other multivariate function which bifurcates the behavior of biomass pyrolysis at lower as well as higher temperature regimes, it may provide a much more promising outcome than that of univariant function.
Summary of the univariant Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) from the principal component extracted.
This research develops multi-variant models (VAR, Bayesian VAR and VECM) and univariant models (ARCH/ GARCH, ARIMA).
Results from univariant analyses of the individual item responses are shown in Table 2.
Statistical Analysis: The effect of iron status on febrile seizures with odds ratio (OR) and 95% confidence limit was arrived by univariant analysis.
When you are dealing with a multivariate system such as the brain, you cannot characterize it using univariant measures.
Under this scheme, the following univariant filter was applied to each observation, and observations that satisfy this restriction are considered outliers:
Their topics include computer-aided experiments in containerless processing of materials, effects of transient heat and mass transfer on competitive nucleation and phase selection in drop tube processing of multicomponent alloys, the containerless crystallization of semiconductors, atomistic simulation of solute trapping and solute drag, coupled growth structures in univariant and invariant eutectic solidification.
Obviously, e is not linearly correlated with any of the molecular descriptors since univariant correlations between [epsilon] and the different descriptors have poor [R.
Equation 9 represents a univariant spillover model and says that the square root of the unexpected sector return in each sector depends on the variance of the contemporary aggregate Euro equity index, the aggregate EU index, the aggregate US index and the aggregate global index.
In order to examine the differences due to the age and gender variables, univariant variance analyses were carried out for each SFSS-II factor and subscales.