subrange

subrange

[′səb‚rānj]
(mathematics)
A subset of the range of values that a function may assume.
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The nonequilibrium statistically-steady state of wave turbulence is realized in the scales called the inertial subrange between energy-input scales and energy-dissipation scales.
The silhouettes transition from the Everyman Blue subrange of cotton shirts and blue jeans to The Marcel, a rich blue tuxedo jacket with black satin finishes and coordinating rich blue formal gloves.
Since identity anonymity scheme assigns dynamic and noncontiguous subranges ID values for the communicating sensor nodes from a pool of IDs, the adversaries cannot predict the subrange IDs of the sensor node and hence, enhances the security in WSNs.
Statistical treatment for rejection of deviant values: critical values of Dixon's "Q" parameter and related subrange ratios at the 95 % confidence level Anal.
Sales of Inspirations, which launched in 2009, have buffered Mr Kipling's recent performance, with last year's Great British Puds products helping the subrange generate [pounds sterling]17m since launch.
Using Laplace and Fourier integral transformations and taking into account the boundary conditions, the initial conditions and the known data for the RRR dyad as rigid model, we obtained the solutions of the mathematical model (1), representing the linear-elastic deformations components of the dyad links during the temporary motion subrange [[t.
On the application of the eddy viscosity concept in the inertial subrange of turbulence.
element values into subranges; identify a subrange where the majority
To overcome this problem the input is divided into cases and particular tables are used for each subrange.
For the savoury end of the freezer cabinet Weight Watchers from Heinz is currently adding to its subrange Vegetable Plus, Vegetable and pasta medley.
To put it in perspective, one subrange of the Sierra, the Great Western Divide in Sequoia National Park's backcountry, is comparable in size--and, some say, grandeur--to Wyoming's Teton Range.