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smooth map

[′smüth′map]
(mathematics)
An infinitely differentiable function.
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This build-up can impede the smooth function of die instrument and prevent proper sterilization if not completely cleaned.
Figure 2 was obtained by (i) first applying a lowess smooth function (9) to the observed case counts, (ii) applying least squares linear fit of the logarithm of the smoothed case counts against time, and (iii) transforming the fitted line back to the original scale.
(2001) used the gam function in S-Plus to fit a smooth function f and a linear parameter [beta] = 0.0087 to the data, with an estimated standard error of 0.00277.
Fabius, minister of the economy, finance and industry, told Miyazawa that European nations are in close contact with each other to realize the smooth function of the single European currency, the euro, the officials said.
He focuses on the modern nonparametric setting, where many of the calculations are based on bootstrap estimates, usually within the smooth function model popularized by Peter Hall.
First, it is reasonable to model [R.sup.(l)](t) as a smooth function in time because it is a summation of the individual covariate effects over the at-risk population in the lth strata.
To control for trend and season, we used a locally weighted linear regression (LOESS) smooth function of date with a span of 0.05 (25).
Among them are tunneling the Quillen metric and analytic torsion for high powers of a holomorphic line bundle, smooth and singular Kahler-Einstein metrics, the logarithmic singularities of the Green functions of the conformal power of the Laplacian, random smooth functions on compact Riemannian manifolds, and the exponential decay of Laplacian eigenfunctions of planar domains with branches.
The 12 papers here discuss such matters as discrete holomorphic local dynamics in one complex variable, generating functions of Lebesgue spaces by translations, spaces of smooth functions, the Hahn-Banah Theorem and the sad life of E.