The authors attribute three major insights to Hegel: first, an understanding of the real numbers as the paradigmatic kind of number (which also accords with their role in physical measurement); second, a recognition that a quantitative relation
has three elements (the two things being related and the relation itself), which is embedded in his conception of measure; and third, a recognition of the phenomenon of divergence of measures such as in second-order or continuous phase transitions in which correlation length diverges (for example, the critical point of water at which the reciprocal size of the droplets diverges).
There square measure 2 necessary dimensions that assess a de-duplication system: the de-duplication quantitative relation
In order to analyze the quantitative relation
between the compression cost and the compression amount for the lead time, we construct a model of the compression cost for the lead time as follows:
But an exact quantitative relation
among geometrical gradient, wheel-rail force, and axle-box acceleration still lacks for high-speed railway, which facilitates the scope of this paper.
Though, theoretically, policy makers, scholars and researchers argue that there is a close relation between these two variables, but the quantitative relation
and any global model is yet unrevealed.
Subsequently, we establish a queuing model to analyze the quantitative relation
between the resources of contingency server and user's QoS.
Long-term impact multiplier (sum of all short-run multipliers) equals -0.282 pointing to the straightforward conclusion--a long-term quantitative relation
between inflation/unemployment exists and it is a trade-off relation in Philips tradition (1958).
Thus, a unit of some acid may take two units of this alkali to neutralize it or three of that alkali; the quality of the acid is its quantitative relation
to the alkali.
However, the quantitative relation
of antiprotective antigen antibody to protection has not been established in humans but is being investigated by the Department of Defense.
Or, Spearman (1904), in proposing that level of performance on an intellectual task was due to a combination of the level of general ability and the level of the ability specific to that task, conceived of general ability and the various specific abilities as quantitative attributes and proposed a functional quantitative relation
between these quantities and test scores.
In a previous study (Ramful & Ho, 2014), we explained how the same Grade 6 student was constrained in reasoning with quantitative relations
and consequently had to resort to numerical reasoning.
The book contains many useful examples of practical implications of the quantitative relations
governing ice breakup.