harmonic ratio

harmonic ratio

[här¦män·ik ′rā·sho]
(mathematics)
A cross ratio that is equal to -1.
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Previous research only discusses the concept of numbers without analysing the harmonic ratio and addressing the beauty of God.
Since harmonic ratio is an unchangeable science, Augustine holds that only human beings, the rational animals, are able to grasp the unchangeable truth.
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The harmonic ratio function gives an indication of the presence of harmonics.
We also computed the harmonic ratio (HR), a measure of the smoothness of movement and gait rhythmicity [1,4].
The U1240A Series lets engineers and technicians measure over broad ranges and perform a variety of checks faster with built-in capabilities such as data logging, harmonic ratio and a switch counter.
Both models offer internal memory; a built-in switch counter; harmonic ratio, dual/differential temperature, and manual datalogging capabilities; and adjustable backlighting with two intensity levels.
This experiment investigated the harmonic ratios of human voices that could potentially improve voice synthesis technology.
On the other hand, the proportional systems of Renaissance architecture seem at times not unrelated to the multiplication chains proposed here; an example is the way Alberti split up compound proportions i nto the smallest harmonic ratios, e.
Fortunately, high conversion efficiency can be achieved from a mixer using LO harmonic ratios of 10 to 100.