Whether an experimenter uses parametric or nonparametric tests, reporting degrees of freedom
for every test allows a reader to track how a given statistical test was used and reported.
4 watts each can be simultaneously and wirelessly charged at a 50 cm distance from the transmitter with six degrees of freedom
, regardless of the devices' three-axes positions and directions.
The paper demonstrates that a state is factorizable in the Hilbert space corresponding to some choice of degrees of freedom
, and that this same state becomes entangled for a different choice of degrees of freedom
Authors who have tried to be more specific have defined degrees of freedom
in relation to sample size (Trochim, 2005; Weinbach & Grinnell, 2004), cell size (Salkind, 2004), the number of relationships in the data (Walker, 1940), and the difference in dimensionalities of the parameter spaces (Good, 1973).
The first degrees of freedom
that we shall introduce are found in the vibration of the atoms about their absolute location, such that there is no net displacement of the atoms over time.
The coverage factor k for 9 degrees of freedom
based on Student's t-distribution for "about 95%" confidence interval is 2.
The rule for averaging variances (square root of the ratio between the sum of the squared SDs, each multiplied by its degrees of freedom
, and the total number of degrees of freedom
) was applied.
The two degrees of freedom
in movement can be actuated independently or concurrently.
32 (the degrees of freedom
was 30; p value was greater than .
aligning a laser beam to a detector) requires only two degrees of freedom
and can be accomplished with two linear adjustments (y and z), two angular adjustments ([theta]y and [theta]z), or one angular and one linear adjustment (y and [theta]y or z and [theta]z).
Three spindle-coupled light truck rigs were added in 2001, and each has six degrees of freedom
IP Landscape lets clients understand their degrees of freedom
to operate, helping to avoid costly mistakes", said Nuhn.