correlation curve

correlation curve

[‚kär·ə′lā·shən ‚kərv]
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Individual parameters of fasting lipid profiles were correlated with the degree of proteinuria by Pearson correlation curve. Steroid dose, HCQ dose, BMI and disease duration were also compared with individual lipid profiles using chi-square test.
Then the correlation curve and phase-discrimination curve using the regular DLL are simulated at different incoming elevation.
Since the correlation curve of wideband chaotic signals generated by the double optical feedback is similar to the linear function, cross-correlation function of time series and broadband chaotic laser output optical power and delay sequence also has such properties [16].
The concrete compressive strength is deduced from the pull-out force by means of a unique linear correlation curve of uncertain origins, Figure 3.
The researchers then proposed a correlation curve. The surface resistivity test was easier and faster to run compared to the RCPT and did not require any specimen preparation.
The values of the cross correlation curve Cubic are essentially behind the values of cross correlation curves Akima and Pchip.
These researchers compared the curve of electric power versus mixing time of the concrete with the measurements obtained from their rheometer and were able to provide a correlation curve between the two instruments [7,8].
Note that this correlation curve has a fairly smooth top, but that the peak is typically determined to the order of 1/10 of the delay increments.
From the correlation curve and the Charpy energy of thin impact specimens compression molded from pellets, the, CT can be predicted to within 3-4[degrees]C
Although the low gloss UV curable coating formulation was found to have a faster cure rate than the alpha gloss coating formulation, a linear correlation curve between the fluorescence probe response ([I.sub.470]/[I.sub.560]) and the extent of C = C conversion was obtained as shown in Fig.

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