compensation effect

compensation effect

[‚käm·pən′sā·shən i‚fekt]
(solid-state physics)
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[1] had good compensation effect on high-speed data, but the circuit complexity and power consumption were greatly increased through its algorithm.
Specifically, the effect of a corporate action on CEO wealth consists of a pure price effect, board compensation effect, and CEO's own portfolio adjustment effect.
The rock mechanics model will be the basis for evaluation of the tectonic deformation compensation effect.
Similarly, we estimated a significant compensation effect associated with employment in New York City over and above the industry effects.
The logarithms of A and apparent activation energy E fit the linear kinetic compensation effect (KCE) relation.
What might be misconstrued as a compensation effect by vines that were thinned earlier was actually an increase in ripening and growth rate.
If observed variance is zero, it will cause no motion compensation effect. So the process state variance and observed variance values must be set according to intended movement and jitters motion quantity, respectively.
The open circuit scattering of arrays was not taken into account in the open circuit voltage method, which degrades the compensation effect of this method [1].
This slightly lower overall carrier concentration for the 50 [micro]m sample, in which slightly higher mechanical force was applied while crushing the sample to this smaller powder particles size sample, can be attributed to the strain induced compensation effect, in which as was already established for many telluride compounds (e.g.
Therefore, controlling the DC side voltage of inverter and maintaining it stable have important significance for the APF harmonic current compensation effect [4-8].
6(d)) and no phase shift between supplying voltage and current waveforms what confirms perfect compensation effect when employ the (APF) devices (Fig.
Then we achieve the accurate phase difference curve and can improve the phase compensation effect.

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