cv] is the sampling mean of the coefficient of variation
1 Coefficient of variation
24% 4% Minimum 21 154 Maximum 53 179 Table 4.
Caption: Figure 8a--ultrasonic amplitude In A and coefficient of variation
CV of the extruded rubber compound versus time at a throughput of 250 kg/hour for the Shark 150 at a pressure P1 = 60 bar
The variability in size of the teeth was studied by the means of coefficient of variation
(CoV) which ranged between 5.
Thus, the reliability index will always decrease with the increase of the coefficient of variation
of the permissible limit of settlement of foundation pile.
Thus, in a median region the squared coefficient of variation
drops by a factor of five after the distribution of regional-local grants and, to a lesser extent, after the allocation of regulated tax revenues among localities.
A first look at the values shows a coefficient of variation
Table 4: Genotypic Coefficient of Variation
(GCV) and Genotypic Coefficient of Variation
(PCV) for various plant traits among 18 sunflower hybrids sown during spring and autumn 2008
In the present study, the mean coefficient of variation
of the velocities in each of the clones was 20.
At the mandal level the mean annual rainfall along with the coefficient of variation
values were calculated for 51 mandals.
One explanatory variable will be the team's total payroll in a season as a percentage of the league average payroll that season (hereafter Payroll), and a second explanatory variable will be the coefficient of variation
(CV) of players' salaries on a team in a given season, that is, the ratio of the standard deviation of salaries on a given team to the team's average salary.
By developing an axiomatic framework, seven positive and normative inequality measures (Gini-coefficient, Theil Index, Mean Log Deviation, Atkinsion Index, Coefficient of Variation
, Deciles Dispersion Ratio and Quintiles Dispersion Ratio) have been estimated.