amplitude factor

amplitude factor

[′am·plə‚tüd ‚fak·tər]
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In accordance with Igarashi and Wakita (1991) or Roeloffs (1996), the amplitude factor [F.
012 Tidal Amplitude factor [mm/nstr] wave V-34 VS-3 O1 0.
The theoretical determination of the constant terms originated by non-linear interactions is not, a priori, complex: it could be done determining the theoretical amplitude factor using a subharmonic with an unique origin.
675), which had an amplitude factor slightly greater than other semidiurnal components.
Next, an amplitude factor was determined as the variance in amplitudes (computed over the 193 samples in a trial) of the optimally time-scaled movement trajectory divided by the variance of the goal pattern.
Amplitude factor [absolute value of CE]s are shown in Table 1.
where the potential, [PSI], and the amplitude factor, I', are unknown yet and should be found out further on.
where V' is one more amplitude factor which should be found out hereinafter.
The adjusted values of observed tidal variations represent the sum of all 1200 waves used, whose frequencies are given by the used tidal model, and the amplitudes A(O) and phases F(O) are calculated using formulas A(O) = A(M)*A(F), F(O) = F(M)+D(F), where A(M) and F(M) are the amplitudes and phases of the model values of volume tidal strain, A(F) is the amplitude factor and D(F) is the phase difference.
Melchior, 1983) were calculated, in order to determine the amplitude factors and phase differences between the theoretical and observed values.
k[theta]] being functions of the amplitude factors of equation (3) and the variable s [equivalent to] sin [theta].
According to the results presented in Table 2, it was verified that for the Catuai Vermelho variety, only the interaction between the frequency and amplitude factors was significant at the level of 5%.