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peak amplitude

[′pēk ′am·plə‚tüd]
(physics)
The maximum amplitude of an alternating quantity, measured from its zero value.
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This algorithm includes signal processing operations, positive peak detection and peak amplitude assessment.
Instead of generating a Gaussian vibration signal (expected peak amplitude to be three times the Grms value), a shaker with a Kurtosis value setting higher than 3 will generate a signal with more random peaks and a peak amplitude higher than three times Grms value.
To detect the onset and offset time of each swallowing event, we considered 10% of the peak amplitude as a threshold level.
When the distance of the center of this radial dipole from the rod axis was varied as before, the peak amplitude (pm) at the 90[degrees] sensor depended linearly on the source distance (mm) from the rod axis with a slope of 39 pm/mm.
4 nm corresponding to the peak amplitude utilizing the first derivative spectrophotometry method for the concentration of SAD alone; and at 246.
The presence of a specific pathology is another factor that impacts SEP peak amplitude, latency or total absence.
The peak amplitude and latency were determined from the time course of visual evoked MEG responses of 32 sensor outputs for each participant and stimulus condition.
10] Peak amplitude TDR TRapproach (absolute value of Peak(TR)/ Peak(TRD)])) (dB) Peak No.
In the time domain these changes affect the cavity response and in particular we observe a variation in the peak amplitude and position.