time correlation

time correlation

[′tīm ‚kär·ə′lā·shən]
(geology)
A correlation of age or mutual time relations between stratigraphic units in separated areas.
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The proposed SA transmission scheme is designed so the FFT samples of the SA signal sequence have a special time correlation feature, so every member node can detect the broadcast channel easily and efficiently.
Therefore, several structures of time correlation may be assessed to provide a more accurate analysis, so that the inferences related to the model parameters become a proper correlation structure to determine the most appropriate diet.
In DLS measurements, the time fluctuation of the scattered light intensity, Is(t), of a dynamic system is recorded, from which the time correlation functions, gl([tau]), of the scattered electric field is accordingly determined [26, 27] and used for extracting the diffusion coefficients of the fast and the slow relaxation modes of PAN solutions using the well-known CONTIN method [28, 29],
In addition to providing complex monitoring features in cost-effective, easy to use monitoring tools, smart sensor technologies facilitate the time correlation of various measured parameters.
We additionally calculated the lead-lag time correlation of the seesaw with IOD or ENSO and found that the correlations are higher or close to the lead-lag autocorrelation of the two modes themselves, confirming the close connection of the seesaw with ENSO and IOD.
A prototype constrained optimization solution to the time correlation problem.
Time correlation with the analog signal makes it easy to identify faults caused by signal integrity problems.
Both AGM recording and RTPT modes produce data at full AGM precision with GPS timing accuracy and can be used for time correlation as AGM reference points in ILI tool data.
As a result of the time correlation between domains, accurate timing measurements can be collected to help understand delays and latencies between command/control events in the design and corresponding changes in the RF spectrum.
Although findings from previous studies suggest that depression precedes diabetes, findings from another investigation, presented at the annual scientific sessions of the American Diabetes Association, propose that there is no time correlation between the two diagnoses.

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