characteristic number

characteristic number

[‚kar·ik·tə′ris·tik ′nəm·bər]
(mathematics)
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Every time when a new point was plotted on the control chart, the characteristic number of OCL was updated as their definition.
Each element has a characteristic number of protons, and inside an atom of the newly created element are 117 protons, which is why it is called "element 117.
The adimentional curves have been constructed CP = f([lambda]), where these curves of reference present the association of the characteristic number [lambda] with the maximum power value CP (Bej, 2003).
Wisconsin researchers are trying to develop a characteristic number to simplify this correlation.
The separation constant c is called the Mathieu characteristic number (MCN), which is associated with even or odd solutions, in this case c is denoted by a and b respectively.
Table 1 Characteristics of the Study Population(1) South Carolina Pre-Expansion(2) Characteristic Number Percent Number 45,455 -- Mean Age 25 [+ or -] 5.
The next step will be the determination of the quantum numbers of these new particles 6 characteristic numbers used to identify the properties of a specific particle 6 and the determination of their theoretical significance," CERN said in the statement.
His creative rejuvenation began back on 2008's 22 Dreams, a sprawling double album which incorporated pastoral folk, spoken work and free jazz alongside some more characteristic numbers.
But, says Strohmayer, "If I plug in characteristic numbers, I find that the black hole could approach to about 100 light-years before we would see an X-ray flux from it of 2 x 10-10 ergs per square centimeter per second, comparable to the sensitivity of currently active X-ray monitors (such as MAXI on the International Space Station).

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