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source function

[′sȯrs ‚fəŋk·shən]
(astrophysics)
The emissivity of a stellar or other radiating material divided by its opacity.
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Applying the triple-porosity model with considering adsorption and desorption in stable state, a novel model to describe the fluid flow behaviors in shale gas reservoirs is established and the corresponding solutions are derived by Green's and source function and superposition principle, which can make up the defects of previous ones and can be more effective in guiding the practical production.
To generate a source function in the cases of c and d-types, a mathematical operator will be suitable.
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Over time, Derm Source function deteriorates, leading to visible signs of aging: wrinkles, sagging and a loss of firmness.
For modeling of AE signals, knowledge about the source function is vital.
Introducing the following separation of variables based on the structure of the source function, which represents the inhomogeneous term,
NoteScribe's Source function is easy to use, and in the long-run, it saves time because I can input bibliographic data into a template as I add each note.
The SCPI query to return the source function on the Model 2400 is
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This source function analysis proved its utility in many areas.
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