sampled data

sampled data

[′sam·pəld ′dad·ə]
(statistics)
Data that are obtained at discrete rather than continuous intervals.
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This data is then taken away for analysis and a comparison is made to previously sampled data to detect trends or identify potential problems," he said.
Lewis, "Second-order consensus for directed multi-agent systems with sampled data," International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control, vol.
Figure 1 shows that a 1 Hz sampling of these two sinusoids produce identically sampled data.
Even when there are not enough cars available to collect data, the system compensates for data insufficiency by analyzing correlations with sampled data to cover a wider area.
DataFit automatically determines the optimal parameter values for selected pre-defined and user-defined regression equations and sorts them according to how well they describe the sampled data, providing a best fit curve through the sampled data points.
Both the reference signal and the transducer conditioner output are stored as simultaneously sampled data pairs.
On the basis of this method, [18] proposed a centralized periodic event-triggered strategy and control codesign for sampled-data control systems to determine whether or not to transmit the sampled data.
While conventional 3-D graphics represent object surfaces and boundaries using polygons or triangles, current software modules display visual images directly from volume data, enabling the viewer to view the internal structure of 3-D data and inspect 3-D sampled data efficiently by providing the key features of volume rendering.