indicator element

indicator element

[′in·də‚kād·ər ′el·ə·mənt]
(electronics)
A component whose variability under conditions of manufacture or use is likely to cause the greatest variation in some measurable parameter.
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At the running of the application the String indicator element called STAS will show the specified standard material.
The numeric indicator element called "Total force of deformation" will show the total amount of the deformation force to fit the work piece, the value of which will take into consideration to the adoption of equipment used in the deformation process.
in the numerical control element, the user specified the values of the displacement coefficient x, according to the values displayed in the indicator element of Multicolonlist box type, as recommended by the specialized literature.
- Significantly, a number of indicator elements show distinct patterns (e.g.
Evaluation element set is an ordinary set constituted by all the elements influencing evaluation object; suppose there are n evaluation indicator elements expressed by u1, u2, u3,..., irrespectively, then the set constituted by these n evaluation elements is called evaluation element set, i.e.
In multipollutant models, where we used indicator elements for sources instead of source-specific [PM.sub.2.5], only absorbance (elemental carbon), an indicator of local traffic and other combustion, was associated with ST segment depressions.
Additionally, an Ontario geological survey report revealed till sampling results from the eastern part of the Shebandowan Greenstone belt indicate highly elevated metal concentrations and typical VMS indicator elements within the area.
Re-assaying of soil samples for other indicator elements will also assist the drill targeting.