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continuous variable

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′ver·ē·ə·bəl]
(computer science)
A variable that can take on any of a range of values.

continuous variable

see VARIABLE.
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Age: Age of the fishers, a continuous variable showed no significance (P>0.
The practice showed that the information gain ratio was more preferred to the continuous variable; therefore, the information gain ratio for the continuous variable with n distinct values should be expressed as [16]
Match DELTALP A continuous variable uncertainty measuring the level of competitiveness of the game by the absolute difference in league positions.
This combination in addition to other new technologies such as a turbo-specific D-4ST fuel injection technology and continuous variable valve timing with expanded valve opening angles (VVT-iW) realizes both an excellent ride and environmental performance.
05 level Table-4: Logistic regression analysis between QOL domains and Continuous variable Physical Domain OR (CI) p Age <60 10.
Envelope tracking is basically a continuous variable transmission, compared to our manual gearbox," he says.
In the new pricing scheme, the Safrane is available at RO99 on continuous variable installment basis with an initial 20 per cent down payment.
A unique feature is the ability to automatically select a continuous variable pitch to produce colours beyond the range of the CIE chromaticity chart.
It is powered by a new four cylinder 1,750cc turbo petrol engine which is an evolution of the unit already used in the Quadrifoglio Verde version of the Giulietta, including direct fuel injection, dual continuous variable valve timing and a revolutionary scavenging control system that gets rid of any turbo lag.
The continuous variable transmission (CVT) model of Micra and Sunny would be the first to hit the road in 2013.
In a multivariate Cox proportional hazards analysis that considered each factor as a continuous variable, the strongest predictor of failure was PAP (P = 0.
The big thing here is that this allows us to do images and do pulses (instead of individual photons) and it can be matched (hopefully) to our squeezed light source, so that we can soon try to store 'quantum images' and make essentially a random access memory for continuous variable quantum information," the Daily Mail quoted Lett as saying.

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