change point

change point

n
(Surveying) surveying a point to which a foresight and backsight are taken in levelling; turning point
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So great and unprepared a change pointed to madness; but in view of Lanyon's manner and words, there must lie for it some deeper ground.
As well as receiving donations at each change point, the instructors also raised money by getting people to sponsor the spots on their cars.
Critics of the change point out that while English clubs can't sign players after the window closes, they can sell to any club in a league where the window is still open.
The incidence per 100 person years was 5.09 in birth cohorts before 1920, 3.11 between 1920 and 1924, 1.73 between 1925 and 1929 and 0.23 in cohorts born after 1929, with the change point among those born after July of that year.
The most probable change point t was found where its value satisfied the following:
Therefore, this paper focuses on the change point detection of piecewise envelope current signal.
[2], in Weissman-Miller [3], and in Weissman-Miller [4], provides a statistical science model to determine the "change point" where the participant adapts to treatment.
Their topics include applications to sleep scoring, adaptive singular spectrum analysis and its application to biomedical source separation, application to biometric identification and recognition, change point detection and eye fundus image analysis, and application in genetic studies.
To examine if changes occurred in demographics and characteristics before and after the change point, the sample was divided into two groups based on the identified change point (based on the HRS series).
One of our purposes is to find the dynamic functional connectivity or interaction, in which we need to establish the change point from fMRI data first.
Change detection systems find the change point when there is a change of speaker in the audio.
(Mean or median change point estimation, albeit also prominent in research, is not addressed here.) Worth mentioning, irrespective of the solely econometric background we will stick to hereafter, is that the problem of volatility break detection is relevant also in other scientific areas such as climatology, medical sciences or mechanics.