distribution curve


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distribution curve

[‚dis·trə′byü·shən ′kərv]
(statistics)
The graph of the distribution function of a random variable.
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Based on Gaussian probability distribution function, the distribution curve in Figure 3 indicates 31 samples fall in p[+ or -]o region, 3 samples in [mu][+ or -]20 and 1 p[+ or -]30.
Actually, an average gradient distribution curve over given gallery sharp face images is utilized for creating NR-IQA measure of a restored face image.
The statistically significant lower mean MOR value of southern pine is further supported by the cumulative distribution curve divergence below the upper quartile.
Focusing on equity markets, the following distribution curve illustrates the historical one-year performance returns of the S&P 500 going back to 1950.
The bonus distribution curves of consumer goods and foreign pharmaceutical companies accord most with the standard distribution curve simulated by Aon Hewitt, showing that these two industries have a strong performance-oriented culture.
Figures 1 and 2 illustrate these concepts: one distribution curve with 10% volatility and one with 30% volatility.
It can be also observed from Table 1 that all the kurtosis of the return rates of six active program trading strategies are larger than 3 before and after the transaction cost, which suggests that the return rate series are highly concentrated at the center and the probability distribution curve is soaring.
But from my vantage point at its apex, I am watching that distribution curve flatten, and quickly.
9, it means the distribution curve should be always under ideal strategy curve (I).
The mitered elbows brought about the steep fall that occurred at various junctions of the pressure distribution curve.
The disintegration ratio is defined as the ratio of the area under the fragment size distribution curve of the retained fragments to the total area that encompasses the range of fragment size distributions [12].

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