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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Variables were transferred into fuzzy domain and consequently the classes were defined by fuzzy sets of Gaussian function shape.
Note that a fit to the Gaussian function would have given an erroneous result [sigma] = 10.
x - y plane, the reflecting light intensity can be expressed by two-dimensional Gaussian function as shown (Deng et al.
The first one, the central value of the Gaussian function and standardization constant [[sigma].
Both the logistic dose-response and the Gaussian functions qualitatively fit our sea urchin growth data better than the von Bertalanffy or Richards functions (Fig.
We estimated the transmission of the three filters by convolving the raw sample data with 15 nm bandwidth Gaussian functions and assuming 65% transmission through the filters.
Each Gaussian RBF network consist of three layers: the input layer, the hidden layer that contains the Gaussian function, and the output layer.
The argument in [17] in the case of a Gaussian function [psi] carries over to the general case without changes.
The structure of the age-length relationship can be reproduced by a bivariate Gaussian function that includes the capabilities for curvature at increasing age and length and for variability in the distribution about a given age or length.
To first approximation, the response function of an x-ray detector to monochromatic radiation of energy E is a Gaussian function,
We can say that if [PHI] is replaced by the Gaussian function, then (5) holds with an error term which occurs as an aliasing error in the above derivation while the cited authors called it a localization error.
and because of exponential decay of the Gaussian function exp[-[[xi].