polynomial equation

polynomial equation

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(mathematics)
An equation in which a polynomial in one or more variables is set equal to zero.
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When the data is plotted, an accurate polynomial equation should be provided by the spreadsheet and the derivative of this equation is the formula for the differential efficiency of the chiller.
An analytical expression of the inverse of the polynomial Equation 4 does not exist, but a large number of methods are available for polynomial system solving (Elkadi and Mourrain 2005).
the algebraic variety given by one polynomial equation [y.
The right side of the line can easily be described by the 4th grade polynomial equation.
Constructions of fundamental refinable functions are often based on a simple start function that is used as the input of a polynomial equation.
The CVs were correlated with the mean tacrolimus concentration and fitted with a polynomial equation (second order, Microcal [TM] Origin [TM], Ver.
A special cubic polynomial equation with four variables was fitted by regression analysis.
The limits of the experimental region are defined by: [Mathematical Expression Omitted] The coefficients of the polynomial equation are optimized for the best fit within the experimental region and cannot be relied upon for extrapolation outside it.
Randomization, relaxation, and complexity in polynomial equation solving; proceedings.
In this method, a regression analysis was used, and the variables were assumed to correlate with a second order polynomial equation.
Using the resultant, compute the implicit polynomial equation F(x, y) = 0 of the curve P(t).
The same polynomial equation is used in the programmable logic controllers (PLCs) to control the compressors, thereby creating a one-to-one relationship between what the operator sees and how the compressor is controlled.