unimodal


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unimodal

[‚yü·nə′mōd·əl]
(statistics)
Referring to a distribution with only one mode.
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Males preferred the unimodal method while females preferred the bimodal and quadmodal methods almost equally (p<0.
Majority of the students were unimodal learners and deep approach was the predominant learning approach adopted by the medical students.
As the hedonic valence entered in the statistical model as within-subject factor, both physiological indexes were computed for each experimental condition as follows: unimodal [average response value for the 20x positive trials (sounds + images) and 20x negative trials (sounds + images)]; congruent bimodal (average response for the 20x positive congruent trials and for the 20x negative congruent trials) and incongruent bimodal [average response for the 20x incongruent trials with positive images (negative sound) and for the 20x incongruent trials with negative images(positive sound)].
It is also noted that in the unimodal functions of F1-F7 and F8-F13 multimodal functions, Gold-SA is significantly superior to the compared algorithms.
4] are unimodal functions with only one extreme point in the fixed search range to test the convergence velocity and precision, and functions [f.
The Venezuelan Andes are an orographic barrier between two regimes of precipitation (Monasterio & Reyes, 1980): the Llanos versant has the unimodal rainfall pattern typical of the North of South America, as described in Hastenrath (1984), while the Maracaibo Lake versant has the bimodal pattern, typical of the Caribbean region as described in Taylor and Alfaro (2005).
Con respecto al analisis de la distribucion entre pares de secuencias o "Mistmach distribution" realizado en las cinco poblaciones de estudio en conjunto, presento una distribucion unimodal, demostrando que existe una expansion poblacional moderada y que esta se encuentra en crecimiento demografico o que ha sufrido una reciente expansion demografica.
maracoani population studied by Hirose & Negreiros-Fransozo (2008) in a subtropical mangrove of southeastern Brazil showed variations, being that in some months these variations were bimodal for both sexes or bimodal for males and unimodal for females.
Nota-se a diferenca das distribuicoes diametricas entre as especies estudadas separadamente, com forma unimodal com assimetria a direita, e as mesmas analisadas conjuntamente, apresentando uma distribuicao em forma "J" invertido.
As shown in Tables 1-3, these benchmark functions are divided into three groups: unimodal functions, multimodal functions, and fixed-dimension multimodal functions.
No significant gender differences were found for unimodal and multimodal preferences between males and females (p<0.