Similarly, from the definitions of the asymptotic curve
and the geodesic curve and from the equation S* = S we say the asymptotic curve
and geodesic curve in M is the asymptotic curve
and geodesic curve in M*, too.
the fitting of certain curves that can be reduced to straight lines by transformation of the Y or X variable, fitting a polynomial curve in X which is often a good approximation to a more complex curve, and the asymptotic curve
and logistic curve which require more complex procedures.
Burial rate followed an asymptotic curve
over time with a fast initial burial that slowed down with time.
Rohmer and Chabrol proposed an asymptotic curve
of accumulated innocence and guilt whose arc might serve to define the "constitutive or original flaw in our natures.
The asymptotic curve
is distinguishable from the falling rate curve by the fact that as t approaches infinity, [R.
Indeed, an asymptotic curve
may come close to describing a key aspect of reality.
Another asymptotic curve
would depict the importance of O&M costs as they relate to design costs.
alpha] is a asymptotic curve
if and only if [[kappa].
Comparing the asymptotic curve
corresponding to [N.
The approximate curves are obtained from (22), and the asymptotic curves
are calculated by (32).
In all the figures shown it is observed that at low and medium SNR values the portion of asymptotic curves
do not overlap or converge to the exact ones but at higher SNR values (preferably = 20 dBs) it falls accurately and coincides with their exact ones.
Thus I ended up taking plain and solid geometry and trigonometry in the one school year, in the latter half of which we dealt with asymptotic curves
and the asymptotic formula.