effective horizon

effective horizon

[ə¦fek·tiv hə′rīz·ən]
(communications)
A horizon whose distance at a given height above sea level is the distance to the horizon of a fictitious earth, having a radius ⁴⁄₃ times the earth's true radius; used to estimate ranges of antennas, taking atmospheric refraction into account.
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and the GUP corrected effective mass and effective horizon radius as [27]
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Thus, in any dimension, we may also introduce the other effective quantities, such as the large AdS black hole the effective horizon [r.sub.E], effective horizon area [A.sub.E], the Bekenstein-Hawking large AdS black hole effective entropy [S.sub.E], and other quantities.
The variation arises because the effective horizons of consumers also vary over the life-cycle of a buffer stock consumer.
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