frequency curve


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frequency curve

[′frē·kwən·sē ‚kərv]
(statistics)
A graphical representation of a continuous frequency distribution; the value of the variable is the abscissa and the frequency is the ordinate.
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Figure 2 presents the results of an examination of the impact of landscape control upon both the frequency and magnitude of runoff response expressed in terms of the flood frequency curve.
Akio Watanabe and Hitoshi Iba have devised an algorithm that takes eight frequency curves from human samples with random parameters and feeds them into a Vocaloid program.
This does not mean that assets that happen to age beyond the scope of a failure frequency curve will no longer fail.
The two frequencies can be clearly recognized by the projected WT frequency curve in Fig.
frequency curve of a typical combination type antenna.
For instance, the peak in the conodont frequency curve is in sample OM4-42, where chitinozoans and scolecodonts display minimum values, and in sample OM4-45, where the maximum abundance of both chitinozoans and scolecodonts is observed, and conodonts display relatively low values.
If a frequency curve has a small number of extreme lower values, it will appear to have a very steep slope to the peak.
Such a peak in the loss tangent versus frequency curve has been reported previously [25], The peak is obtained because of the high storage modulus at low frequencies for the BTPC added samples, resulting from formation of a sample-spanning network.
The device can track the following vital parameters simultaneously: respiratory frequency curve, PANI (Blood Pressure Non-Invasive), Sp02, heart rate, ECG 12 leads with print layout, core temperature and continuous transmission of data and curves.

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