logarithmic growth

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logarithmic growth

[′läg·ə‚rith·mik ′grōth]
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The storage modulus master curves and the relevant shift factors were obtained by shifting the isothermal curves horizontally along the logarithmic time axis.
Applying the time-temperature equivalence, it was possible to extend the crack propagation speed range: the isothermal curves were shifted along the logarithmic time axis, so as to obtain a good superposition of the data, as has been previously done in [16-18].
In Model 4, Stage 1 we found the coefficient on the logarithmic time trend to be slightly positive and statistically significant, indicating that statutory health care expenditure consumes a growing share of government resources over time.
Also, as mentioned, we reran all of the models without the logarithmic time trend and found that the time trend did not noticeably alter the observed effect of economic crises (Appendix S2).
Also, the logarithmic time routing algorithm that we have found, the bipancyclicity property, embedding properties and, nevertheless, Cayley graph structure, impel these graphs as good candidates for regular network constructions, especially in supercomputing.
Also, the logarithmic time routing algorithm that we have found [9], the bipancyclicity property, embedding properties and, nevertheless, Cayley graph structure [6], impel these graphs as good candidates for regular network constructions, especially in supercomputing.
where K is a constant, and that the activation energy decreases with stress U = [U.sub.0] - v[[sigma].sub.i], v being the activation volume of the elementary recovery events, then a logarithmic time decay of the yield stress is
In the diagram on page 94, we've used a logarithmic time scale so you can see how quickly even the brightest burst fades and how quickly you must be willing to move.
The reduction factor A is often expressed as a logarithmic time shift: h(T) = -log(A(T)).
It has been found that the heat of transition for the crystals obeys a linear relationship with logarithmic time, log [t.sub.c] (annealing time [t.sub.c]), as described by the following equation:
The time dependence of creep compliance D as a function of logarithmic time at room temperature has been investigated at several stress values.
From the curve of the amorphous content as a function of logarithmic time at time [t.sub.1/2], the slope [S.sub.[t.sub.1/2]] can also be calculated, namely