linear dependence


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linear dependence

n.
The property of a set of vectors having at least one linear combination equal to zero when at least one of the coefficients is not equal to zero.
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As can be seen, they have a linear dependence, regardless of whether measurements were taken at the same value of the AC field, but for different frequency (Fig.
Looking for multiple linear regression function, the hypothesis on regression linear dependence is verified.
2] are not equal to zero (the dependence of both sets would not be linear), but they are positive, the dependence can be considered a positive linear dependence.
If the correlation coefficient approximates 1 it means there is a strong linear dependence of the variables.
We demonstrate that there is (stable and statistically significant) positive linear dependence between the implicit tax rate on capital (ITRC) and relative capital tax collection.
Equations (8) and (9) present simple examples of linear dependence.
The 36% positive linear correlation between IPC and MECOB returns, and the 25% positive linear dependence between IPC and BRENT returns, confirms a level of linear dependence.
Intuitively, the Geweke causality analysis helps us understand and measure the linear dependence and feedback between multiple time series variables.
It shows the level of closeness of linear dependence.
Therefore, we decided to find expected linear dependence between calculated IPs and corresponding EHOMO values.
The formalization is carried out on the basis of strategic models in terms of thickness, bearing in mind linear dependence of mass from thickness and application of correction coefficients.
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