weight function

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weight function

[′wāt ‚fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
Two real valued functions ƒ and g are orthogonal relative to a weight function σ on an interval if the integral over the interval of ƒ· g ·σ vanishes.
A function defined on the edges of a network or the arcs of a directed network, whose value at each edge or arc is the unique nonnegative integer assigned to that edge or arc.
A function defined on the vertices of a generalized s-t network, whose value at each vertex is a nonnegative integer.
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The weighted sum approach that we have undertaken is based upon the Analytical Hierarchical Process (AHP) algorithm.
This is the weighted sum of the number of banks that report an increase minus the weighted sum of the number of banks that report a decline.
Let's assume the value of SSI at 54x P/E to be equal to the weighted sum of the P/E of cash and P/E of operating assets.
For that reason the integration of GIS and Simple Weighted Sum approach greatly facilitates decision-making.
The aggregate Laspeyres index can be expressed as a weighted sum of any set of exhaustive and mutually exclusive Laspeyres subindexes where the weights sum to one.
Two etiquette behaviors, reliable and regular communication (both with weighted sums of 73), rose above the others (with the next weighted sum of 41).
Two classical methods for handling multiobjective optimization problems are the weighted sum method and the e-constraint method.
Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) is nothing else but actually a parametric estimation of a probability density function which is represented by a weighted sum of a number of individual Gaussian distributions.
4] proposed using the Weighted Sum Rule by assigning weights to iris and face score modalities based on their false accept rate (FAR) and false reject rate (FRR).
Regression and Bayesian analyses, incorporating different numbers of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), were used to derive LDL-C gene scores, representing the weighted sum of LDL-C--raising alleles, where weighting was based on effect sizes from previous genome-wide association studies.

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