hybrid parameter

hybrid parameter

[′hī·brəd pə′ram·əd·ər]
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where [[omega].sub.ET], [[omega].sub.VT], [[omega].sub.CT] and [[omega].sub.TT] are attributes level hybrid parameters (since this parameter is only one kind of hybrid rule in terms of attributes, we use the term "attributes level hybrid parameter" instead of regret-weight) for access time, in-vehicle time, crowd cost, and transfer time, respectively.
With regard to RRM with attributes level hybrid parameter, the route choice result is quite different from RUM according to the different number of alternatives.
In addition, the attribute hybrid parameter of the transfer time is larger under the regret rule, which indicates that the passenger's avoidance of the transfer time is higher, so the flow rate of the second route will increase.
In order to study the different effects of utility and regret on passenger route choice, the different values of decision level hybrid parameter are also tested.
Figure 23 shows that, from the aspect of travel time, with the increase of p, some OD travel time errors with different hybrid parameter perform slightly better than RRM and some OD perform slightly worse.
Han, "A hybrid parameter identification method based on Bayesian approach and interval analysis for uncertain structures," Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, vol.
We then analyze the set of users trusted by cold start users using four parameters: number of outgoing links, number of incoming links, number of items rated, and a hybrid parameter defined as preference score.
The final parameter we have used is a hybrid parameter that generates a preference score for a user using the three important elements of a trust based social network; number of incoming links, number of outgoing links, and number of items rated.
We analyze the trust connections in Epinions dataset of the cold start users on the basis of four parameters: number of outgoing links, number of incoming links, number of items rated and a hybrid parameter defined as preference score.
For example, it is well known that BJTs are described by the short-circuit current gain--the hybrid parameter [h.sub.21] in Equation 3--defined as [beta] [equivalent to] [I.sub.C]/[I.sub.B] in the CE configuration, or as [alpha] [equivalent to] [I.sub.C]/[I.sub.E] in the CB configuration.
Terpak, "On the mathematical properties of generalized fractional-order two-port networks using hybrid parameters," in Proceedings of the 14th International Carpathian Control Conference (ICCC '13), pp.

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