deviation ratio

deviation ratio

[‚dēv·ē′ā·shən ‚rā·shō]
(communications)
Ratio of the maximum frequency deviation to the maximum modulating frequency of a frequency-modulated system under specified conditions.
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Accuracy comparison is done with two metrics the Absolute Difference and the Average Deviation ratio.
The Average Deviation Ratio (ADR) is computed for simulations with different data rates.
Mean/ standard deviation ratio has been chosen to represent return and risk.
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2] Average deviation ratio: Prediction: Deviation ratio Agent Experiment: Profit Average profit distribution distributions rules N = 48 N = 40 OOCS ADMCS OOCS ADMCS (rational) P 45.
The average deviation ratios for the OOCS-rule and the ADMCS-rule are collected from the 4 experiments and are listed in table 5.
Figure 2 shows the standard deviation ratio as a function of the frequency of the periodically fluctuating velocity obtained from the tests with the anemometers.
In all, 18 different naive diversification portfolios were considered and their mean/standard deviation ratio as well as effectiveness of diversification compared with the efficient portfolios.
The diversification strategy of equal allocation to each manager's portfolio ranked third in efficiency level, in terms of mean/standard deviation ratio.
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