Gaussian curve

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Gaussian curve

[¦gau̇·sē·ən ′kərv]
(statistics)
The bell-shaped curve corresponding to a population which has a normal distribution. Also known as normal curve.
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This paper compares and analyzes the forecasting performance of the RVRCSA traffic flow forecasting model when using the Polynomial Function, Gaussian Function, Symmetric Triangle Function, Cauchy Function, Laplace Function, Squared Sin Cardinal Function, and other kernel functions, respectively.
Nonlinear function includes Richards function Logistic function trigonometric function Gaussian function and Beta function.
Variables were transferred into fuzzy domain and consequently the classes were defined by fuzzy sets of Gaussian function shape.
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The Gabor bases and frames allow for the representation of a signal in terms of Gaussian functions placed on a doubly infinite discrete spectral-spatial lattice.
Whittaker in his seminal paper [30] proposed a class of multipliers that contains the Gaussian function as a special case.
It was also suggested that the distribution of the reflecting light intensity from surface roughness is a Gaussian function (Zhao et al.
The hidden layer function usually expressed as Gaussian function is
The off-boresight attenuation of a parabolic antenna can be approximated by a Gaussian function.
Assuming that the excitatory center can be well represented by a two-dimensional gaussian function [3], the "pure" excitatory response is proportional to the volume of the excitatory center surface covered by a stimulus.
A Gaussian filter modifies the input signal by convolution with a Gaussian function, which smooths the input values.