deterministic equation

deterministic equation

[də‚tər·mə′nis·tik i′kwā·zhən]
(physics)
An equation that governs the motion of a dynamical system and does not contain terms corresponding to random forces.
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Nakatani, "Deterministic equation for self-resonant structures of very small normal-mode helical antennas," IEICE Transactions on Communications, vol.
The conditional expectation of U such that w = [w.sub.0], noted by E(U | [omega] = [w.sub.0]), is the solution of the deterministic equation:
Through the nature of the spread of points it could appropriately use (1) as a deterministic equation to find the steady time of seepage when it occurs with presence of single cavity at a specified location and size.
Kermack and McKendrick [1] model is characterised by the deterministic equation:
The mathematical model separates the penetration into three different stages and proposes a deterministic equation that explains the deflection of the metal plate.
Even though an exact deterministic equation connecting the input to the observed outcome may not be known, the NBC can generate the probability of a specific outcome given the known input values.
The modeling of most problems in real situations is described by stochastic differential equations rather than deterministic equations. Thus, it is of great importance to design stochastic effects in the study of fractional-order dynamical systems.
the stochastic testing (ST), is used to generate the deterministic equations for the PC coefficients.
Estimates of error growth in ensemble forecasts based on SDE were compared to those from traditional deterministic equations. The dependence of theoretically estimated error growth on the phase of extratropical low-frequency variability in 500-hPa height variations in Northern Hemisphere winter was compared with ensemble forecast spread.
The joint chance constraint equation (17) can be written as separated equivalent deterministic equations. Initially we choose the T constraints in a manner such that together they are more stringent than (17).
Assume a research grant has been given to a group of medical researchers to investigate methods to reduce the number of infected SARS patients and that it transmits according to the deterministic equations for epidemic growth with the same parameters listed above.
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