influence function

influence function

[′in‚flü·əns ‚fəŋk·shən]
(petroleum engineering)
Mathematical statement of the influence on pressure and production of each oil reservoir pool in a multipool aquifer.
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The Fx agent has a Selectability utility that is conditionally influenced by a combination of the three Zx agents' Selectabilities through an influence function presented in Figure 3.
For example, the Fx agent's internal decision network and external influence function are shown in Figure 2 and Figure 3, respectively.
Influence function approach; selected topics of structural mechanics.
He takes a single mathematical approach based upon the influence function (Green's) method, thereby combining structural mechanics with mathematics.
The complexity of measurement increases as one moves through the domains from Body Functions and Structures/Impairment (hereafter referred to as Impairment) to Participation because more and more factors may influence function at each successive level.
Characterizations of an empirical influence function for detecting influential cases in regression.
In sacral nerve stimulation, a mild electrical stimulation is used to influence function of the bladder, perineum, external sphincter, anus, and pelvic floor.
The instrument is described as a screening tool designed to collect information on dynamic aspects of performance which influence function.
Calculation of mining subsidence and ground principal strains using generalised influence function method
known as the Significant Influence Functions regime - were highlighted as one of the key areas for reform in the final report of the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards.
Their topics include the occupational segregation of Afro-Latinos, influence functions for policy impact analysis, the earning distribution across the European Union, variable equivalence scales and trends in German income inequality, and estimates from a new dataset on educational inequality in the world 1950-2010.
Goldman, Zubieta, and colleagues hypothesized that variations in COMT activity conferred by the various val(158)met genotypes might influence functions regulated by dopamine and adrenergic/noradrenergic (epinephrine/norepinephrine) neurotransmission.