imaginary part


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imaginary part

[ə′maj·ə‚ner·ē ‚pärt]
(mathematics)
For a complex number x + iy the imaginary part is the real number y.
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From the imaginary part of impedance, impedance relaxation is experimentally accessible.
The product of the scale factor and the function f(x) gave the imaginary part of the index of refraction needed to calculate the scattering cross section between 240 nm and 800 nm.
In this paper we defined complex linear system (AZ=D) where D has real and imaginary part and modify Jacobi method to solve it also we write new algorithm of this techniques and compute this algorithm by Matlab applications.
In all of these problems, the real and the imaginary part of the solution have an exact physical meaning.
The dielectric properties of composites containing this kind of helical soft-core particle are excellent, with the filler volume adding increase, the real and imaginary part of permittivity of composites both increase significantly.
However in the present investigation B&K make sound intensity measuring probe with dedicated hard ware for obtaining the imaginary part of the cross spectrum directly was used.
The convergence behavior of the ULA for the eigenvalue of TOLS2000 with the third largest imaginary part is presented in the top panel of Figure 4.
Thus the real part [epsilon]' and the imaginary part [epsilon]" of the effective permittivity are given by the following expressions, respectively
As the imaginary part of a dream or of a complex wavefunction can have observable consequences, Mindell suggests that reality itself has a hidden, dreaming background.
represents energy storage property or relative permittivity, and [epsilon]", which is the imaginary part of [[epsilon].