Residual variance were considered homogenous (hom) or heterogeneous (het) were modeled by step function
with 7 (20 to 35, 36 to 50, 51 to 70, 71 to 85, 86 to 99, 100 to 120, and 121 to 140 months of age) and 10 (20 to 32, 33 to 44, 45 to 56, 57 to 69, 70 to 81, 82 to 93, 94 to 105, 106 to 117, 118 to 129, and 130 to 140 months of age) classes in total parities.
1) The approximated step functions
are used to represent the relationship between contact constraints and displacement variables.
The exterior liquid pressure can be a step function
pressure, where starting pressure has to be less than [P.
We start with the Fourier transform pair of unit step function
and compute the time domain expression of rectangular band limited pulse using time shift and linearity properties of Fourier transform.
To compound this, the load growth, step functions
in loads due to IT capacity demands or technology refreshes, and load profiles due to software applications used may vary greatly from one data center to another.
Since the optimal bidding strategy is a step function
, this implies that more bid levels will be observed since sorting introduces additional steps in the bidding strategy.
We need step functions
as input applied to the shear-wave transducer to simulate the dynamic behavior.
Either no mechanism is available for the analysis of fixed cost step functions
and investments, or these items remain unexplained by the article.
Note: The dependent variable and both pulse and step functions
are differenced, as indicated by [DELTA].
000050 seconds) to 63% of full scale and 25 microseconds in step functions
These boundary values are step functions
that violate the wave equation and are the probable cause of the fact, shown in Appendix B, that the Rayleigh-Sommerfeld integrals also do not obey the wave equation in the immediate proximity of the aperture plane.
nominal attenuation step functions
and a wide choice of frequency and attenuation ranges (DC to 1, 2, 3, 18 and 26 GHz and up to 127 dB).