decay coefficient

decay coefficient

[di′kā ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
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The pheromone trail decay coefficient ([rho]) and pheromone amount ([phi]) have an important impact on the performance of ACO (Mehdi, Nasser, Mohammad, 2009).
i] [member of] [0, 1] is the decay coefficient of i's emotion intensity (see Section 2.
The major factors in predicting the service life of concrete structures exposed to chloride environment are chloride content at the surface of the concrete, critical chloride content for corrosion of reinforcing steel, the diffusion coefficient, and diffusion decay coefficient of chloride ions.
d] is the decay coefficient, and the value depends on the speed of the fire growth and recession.
2] concentration data thereby linearizing the exponential decay curves for each room and then perform linear regression to identify the decay coefficient (which is the slope of the transformed decay line) for each room.
This is contrary to what is normal where yield coefficient must be positive and decay coefficient negative based on the model equation.
S] have been evaluated from the Lineweaver and Burk, double reciprocal plot, the decay coefficient ([k.
d] is a damage decay coefficient (1/day), and [DELTA]t is the time since damage was inflicted (days).