Pattern 4C arises when carbonaceous deposits that extend beyond the 14C dating limit are uniformly sampled, but results near the 14C limit tend to a dating asymptote
a, y-intercept at time 0; b, asymptote
of the curve; c, degradation rate constant (h-1); Ed, effective degradability; (1) Because of the small amount of sample remaining after NDF analysis, degradability of ADF was not measured.
A curve approaching its asymptotes
is used to represent the limitless knowledge growth on both super and subsistent ends (Figure 1), while the knowledge factors are distributed on the curve (Figure 5).
Table 3 displays the computed values of stress asymptotes
In summary, sensitivity to rapid changes in food-rate ratio reached asymptote
sooner, preference was more extreme following sequences of continuations and discontinuations of food delivery, and decreases in preference pulses following food deliveries were slower with CO requirements of 32 and 48 responses than with CO requirements of 1 and 16 responses.
It can be seen in Figure 8 that the data at high RH appear to approach a horizontal asymptote
near t = 150 minutes.
However they would also conclude that these measures of immobility do not appear to asymptote
to a stable value.
All plots of dietary richness reached an asymptote
except for the plot of female G.
They take this asymptote
to represent what they, like the TF, want to know; that is (to say it again), the proportional reduction in mortality from the cancer resulting from the screening's introduction, after the experimentations, as an available service, to a population (dynamic rather than cohort-type).
For this reason, we shifted the curve down on the y axis so that at time zero sBDNF levels were no different than baseline, making the lower asymptote
ISLAMABAD -- Asymptote
, an online journal of global literature, launched its latest issue yesterday at the Pakistan Academy of Letters.
The mathematical notion of the asymptote
supplies a figure that may be useful here.