influence function

influence function

[′in‚flü·əns ‚fəŋk·shən]
(petroleum engineering)
Mathematical statement of the influence on pressure and production of each oil reservoir pool in a multipool aquifer.
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Figure 1 denotes the performance of different robust functions in the analysis of the influence function (IF) representing the sensitivity of the function with respect to error or contamination related to gross errors and outliers (Zhang et al.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 18, 2016-PRA prohibit former Co-op Bank individuals from holding singnificant influence function
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 18, 2016-PRA prohibit former Co-op Bank individuals from holding singnificant influence function
The PRA said: "Mr Tootell's and Mr Alderson's breaches had the clear potential to affect the safety and soundness of the Co-op Bank and the PRA has concluded that they are not fit and proper persons to carry out a significant influence function at a PRA-authorised firm on the grounds of a lack of competence and capability.
The process that describes the influence of the reservoir water level on the seepage index is shown in Figure 1, and the hysteretic influence function is given as follows:
In this section, we want to improve the flocking estimate for general symmetric communication rates in [11] and prove that there will exist unconditional flocking for slowly decaying influence function as long as [[integral].
The Fx agent has a Selectability utility that is conditionally influenced by a combination of the three Zx agents' Selectabilities through an influence function presented in Figure 3.
The influence function determines the influence an anomalous value has on the value of the estimator.
23) Such an influence function allows a certain degree of influence to all voters but the tables below give the results of a 99% concentration of political influence on the subgroup shown.
Influence function approach; selected topics of structural mechanics.
The complexity of measurement increases as one moves through the domains from Body Functions and Structures/Impairment (hereafter referred to as Impairment) to Participation because more and more factors may influence function at each successive level.
Characterizations of an empirical influence function for detecting influential cases in regression.