sample point

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sample point

n
(Statistics) statistics a single possible observed value of a variable; a member of the sample space of an experiment
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For any sample point [d.sub.i], its real spatial position falls into a unit cube M surrounded by an integer axis with a length and width of 1 km, and the distance between the sampling point [d.sub.i] and the cube M is close, as shown in Figure 2.
Coating thickness data of the sample point is measured in the coating distribution range by doing the spraying experiment of the dip-angle.
Location updates of the mobile device occur in a discretized manner and the server does not know intermediate locations between the last and current sample points. Therefore, the server must interpolate the trajectory between the last updated sample point and the current location.
DBE probably chose a sample point on a galaxy or bright star.
This value ranged from 179 [m.sup.3]/ha for a loamy sand soil under regularly-grazed pasture (sample point W12) to 843 [m.sup.3]/ha in a clay soil under dryland cereal cropping (sample point R7).
But at a minimum we ought to be aware that a sample point is just a sample point."
Mounting at the sample point decreases the sample transport delivery time, allowing the analyzer to quickly respond to the flare-stack heating value and adjust its fuel source as needed.
Gatland, from Elloughton, East Yorkshire, pleaded guilty to the amended charge of contravening permit conditions by not installing a sample point and flow meter.
* Sample point analysis software that automates the process of correctly configuring the TLA6000 Series to accurately sample the DDR2 signals.
In this case, a sample point can be localized by finding the maximum absolute value of three components of normal.
The proposed indicator is used as an independent variable to enhance the strength, as quantified by [R.sup.2] values, of regression relationships between empirical observations of instream pollutant concentrations and land type, by considering the spatial distribution of key land-type categories within the sample point's drainage area.