diagnostic equation

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diagnostic equation

[‚dī·əg′näs·tik i′kwā·zhən]
(meteorology)
Any equation governing a system which contains no time derivative and therefore specifies a balance of quantities in space at a moment of time; examples are a hydrostatic equation or a balance equation.
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The selection of diagnostic variables that should not be strongly correlated among themselves.
The normalization of variables that is necessary to make all diagnostic variables comparable.
We select the diagnostic variables by constructing three sets of diagnostic variables, denoted by A, B and C (Table 3).
We have used only a subset of the originally documented diagnostic variables (Table 1).
Distribution and accuracy of each diagnostic variable compared to the reference standard outcome.
These vast discrepancies among rates are in part attributable to differences in study instruments, samples, and diagnostic variables and also speak to the complexities and difficulties in measuring and defining mental health among low-income individuals.
117-130) dealing with the diagnostic variables of shall/will for future time reference, multiple negation, the use of provided (that), and compound adverbs (there + X).
Foreign language learning disabilities: The identification of predictive and diagnostic variables.
In particular, the relationship between measured blood viscosity and other diagnostic variables in patient recovery over the progress of 2 to 5 days will be evaluated.
Table 5 also shows the results obtained for Comparison Pattern 2 from the transformation of the diagnostic variables (14)-(15), by taking into account the impact of the deviation from the comparison pattern on country performance.
To test if the deviation from the comparison pattern has an impact on country performance, we can employ the following transformation of the diagnostic variables [x.
ik] is the k-th standardized diagnostic variable observed for i-th object:

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