correlation factor


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correlation factor

The ratio of a ground dose rate reading to a reading taken at approximately the same time at survey height over the same point on the ground.
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To evaluate the influence of correlation between the wind outputs that may have on the system operation, the average of mean and standard deviation of bus voltage and line flow were investigated with the correlation factor [rho] ranging from 0 (independent) to 1 (completely correlated).
The next micro-trip to add is selected according to the correlation factor between the operation curve's frequency matrix and that of the actual driving cycle.
To investigate the performance of the PCA-RF method under different thresholds of the correlation factor, the evaluation index values and run time of the model obtained for seven cases (no, >0, >0.5, >0.8, 0.9, 0.95, alone) are shown in Figure 3, where "no" means that the RF model does not perform PCA and "alone" means that modeling is only based on temperature observations at neighboring stations.
In PD patients, we found that dementia as well as gender, albumin, and BMI, was an independent correlation factor for BChE activity.
As in the correlation factor, there are three dominant regions or clusters (vertical strips) at blades 6, 14, and 22.
For the data segment shown in Figure 8 / Figure 10, the correlation factor of the two driving wheels is 0.6850.
The bounded index of a conventional correlation factor in the random multi-cut sequence may be defined as follows:
Comparing the correlation factor indicated that with the chosen signal threshold setting, AE tended to be more sensitive to crack formation than the X-ray computed micro-tomography.
In (2), when the correlation factor S has the minimum value, the real displacement is u = [u.sup.test] and v = [v.sup.test].
In addition, the best correlation between the adipose tissue accumulation and the glucose tolerance test was interestingly found for the VAT (correlation factor = 0.867, P < 0.001, n = 20; Table 3), suggesting that VAT could represent a good biomarker of the hyperglycemic status in our experimental model.
where [t.sub.c] is the time correlation factor, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] denotes the correlation between transmit antennas, and [(x).sup.1/2] stands for the Hermitian square root of a matrix.

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