generalized power

generalized power

[′jen·rə‚līzd ′pau·ər]
(mathematics)
For a positive number a and an irrational number x, the number a x defined by the equation a x = e x log a , where e is the base of the natural logarithms and log a is taken to that base.
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1,a, a generalized power circuit of the converter of the IM control consists of stator (SC) and rotor (RC) commutators.
Generalized power circuit of parametric control of IM with SC and RC as a part of the converter (a) and variants of power circuits: SC (b) and RC (c) [r.
Liu, Generalized Power aggregation Operators and Their Applications in Group Decision Making, Computers and Industrials Engineering, vol.
Zhang, Multiple Attribute Group Decision Making Based on Generalized Power Aggregation Operators under Interval-Valued Dual Hesitant Fuzzy Linguistic Environment, Int.
In this paper, we study the behaviour of the generalized power domination number of a graph by small changes on the graph, namely edge and vertex deletion and edge contraction.
Generalized power domination: propagation radius and Sierpmski graphs.
After introducing the Newton-Raphson method and the power flow problem, he considers the Newton power flow model of the static synchronous series compensator, of the unified power flow controller, of the interline power flow controller, of the generalized power flow controller, and of the static compensator, voltage-sourced converter based on high-voltage direct current systems.
Since the traditional transmission line is a special case of coupled line, four cases of this generalized power divider are discussed and compared.
Reed and Pilehvari (1993) proposed modifications to the diameters of the conduits to account for the non-Newtonian effect, using the generalized power law model of Metzner and Reed (1955) and the friction factor suggested for pipe flow by Dodge and Metzner (1959).
In this paper, we obtain the relation between Logarithmic mean, Identric mean with series and pth - Logarithmic mean, Generalized power type Heron mean with Convolution product of sequences
The energetic aspects can be included in the study by introducing a new generalized power, [PI] = [alpha] x [tau] defined as a product of two physical quantities across two points ([alpha]) and through a single point ([tau]) respectively.
As Brannigan notes, for example, Carolyn Porter has charged that the new historicist model of generalized power works to reduce heterogeneous historical events, texts, and performances to predictable operations of a presumably homogenous and universal power.
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