amplitude factor

amplitude factor

[′am·plə‚tüd ‚fak·tər]
(physics)
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Taking amplitude difference into account, golden section method is applied to seek an appropriate amplitude factor. To verify validity of the proposed algorithm, computer simulation is conducted.
where the [u.sub.0] is the complex amplitude factor and [u.sub.i] is any component of the electric field.
Effects of Adjusting Amplitude Factor [[gamma].sub.f] and Volatility Factor [alpha] on Optimization Results.
In accordance with Igarashi and Wakita (1991) or Roeloffs (1996), the amplitude factor [F.sub.A] for the M2 wave, estimated by means of the tidal analysis (see Table 3), is herein taken as the value of the tidal strain sensitivity [A.sub.s].
Next, an amplitude factor was determined as the variance in amplitudes (computed over the 193 samples in a trial) of the optimally time-scaled movement trajectory divided by the variance of the goal pattern.
where the potential, [PSI], and the amplitude factor, I', are unknown yet and should be found out further on.
(2.8) and (2.9) is the tidal amplitude factor [gamma] of plumb line variations.
with [I.sup.k[theta]] being functions of the amplitude factors of equation (3) and the variable s [equivalent to] sin [theta].

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