characteristic value

characteristic value

[‚kar·ik·tə′ris·tik ′val·yü]
(mathematics)
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As indicated in Table 4, the characteristic bending strength of the reclaimed Douglas-fir is greater than the characteristic value for mill-produced Western Woods by 14 percent for No.
This method assesses N-15, an isotope of nitrogen that is relatively high in organic sources; ammonium, which is relatively low in most organic sources; and the ratio of carbon to nitrogen, which has a characteristic value for a given organic source.
T] Get the characteristic value and the characteristic vector, Due to the high dimensionality of the matrix S = [A.
The definition of characteristic value of a geotechnical parameter has been a controversial topic (Green and Becker 2001, Simpson and Driscoll 1998).
8) must be reducible by nonsingular transformation to a system of linear differential equations with constant coefficients all of whose characteristic values must be zero (recall that the Lyapunov characteristic value X [f] of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
If the number of measured samples is rather low, one of the ways how to obtain an assessment of the characteristic value is the approximation of the set containing the data measured by an appropriate type of the probability density distribution function.
To substantiate formation of the emotional marketing concept the paper examines the characteristic value system of the postmodern society, which reveals the emotional basis of those values and forms the "want" (not only needs) of contemporary consumers on the market.
Due to capacity limitations, manufacturers may resort to model studies or analytical methods to predict a characteristic value.

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