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 (pə-răm′ĭ-tə-rīz′) also pa·ram·e·trize (-ĭ-trīz′)
tr.v. pa·ram·e·ter·ized, pa·ram·e·ter·iz·ing, pa·ram·e·ter·iz·es also pa·ram·e·trized or pa·ram·e·triz·ing or pa·ram·e·triz·es
To describe in terms of parameters.

pa·ram′e·ter·i·za′tion (-tə-rĭ-zā′shən) n.


(pəˈræmɪtəˌraɪz) or


vb (tr)
to describe or characterize in terms of a parameter. Also: parametrize or parametrise


(pəˈræm ɪ təˌraɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to describe by the use of parameters.
pa•ram`e•ter•i•za′tion, n.
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We will then parametrize our model at a wider scale, using available data on traits and environmental fluxes from sites across the globe in different biomes.
On the other hand, in the analogue for [M.sub.g] [Od14], we distinguish [[bar.[M.sub.g]].sup.GH] and [[bar.[M.sub.g]].sup.T], where the boundaries of [[bar.[M.sub.g]].sup.GH] (resp., [[bar.[M.sub.g]].sup.T]) parametrize metrized graphs (resp., metrized graphs with integer weights on the vertices).
Hence, we parametrize the contour and write the integral as
In the recent study [40], acquisition of physiologic parameters from multicellular tumor spheroids including proliferation and death spatial profiles is used to constrain and parametrize a mathematical agent-based model that addresses several cell growth mechanisms necessary to explain the experimental observations and reductively translates them to tumor progress over time.
Linear models assume implicitly that the data used to parametrize the model is independent, normal, and homogeneous in variance.
Moreover, the error of the three terms [mathematical expression not reproducible] that parametrize the rotation [mathematical expression not reproducible] can be approximated by the covariance matrix
The constants [A.sub.i] and [B.sub.i] for i = 1, 2 parametrize the saturating functional response, B, is the prey population level where the predation rate per unit prey is half its maximum value.
Treating each point on the Gaussian scatterer locally as a flat plane, we can parametrize the entire scatterer by a local incident angle [[theta].sub.L] that is x-dependent and that is distinct from the global incident angle [[theta].sub.G] (see Figure 1(c)).
The smooth and gradual variation of [k.sub.HG] and [k.sub.4] with [u.sub.2] made it easy to parametrize them almost perfectly with [u.sub.2] as reflected in the extremely high values of [r.sup.2] > 0.999.
A more challenging evaluation for the model would be to ask it to make predictions outside of the sample used to parametrize it.
We want to determine and parametrize the family of ideals that complement the two-dimensional space G spanned by g = {x, y}.