return interval

return interval

[ri′tərn ‚in·tər·vəl]
(electronics)
Interval corresponding to the direction of sweep not used for delineation.
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As before, we employ a t-test to determine whether there is any significant difference in net realized liquidity supplied by PAT in the minute following the extreme return interval. For the first case where stress is defined as extreme negative returns, market-supporting liquidity is from limit buy orders, and market-demanding liquidity is from the market and marketable sell orders.
In addition, you have to specify the return interval that is always January to December of the year before the one you are filing.
* For floods, properties that score 50 are sites that have experienced at least some flooding at a return interval of at least 1:500 (noting that Hurricanes Harvey, Florence and Irma were all 1:1000 events).
Although it is possible that ash clouds can occur on an annual basis,' stresses Swindles, 'the average return interval for the last 1,000 years is around 44 years.
This indicates that a 30- to 40-year fire return interval might reduce western juniper encroachment and maintain a productive and diverse ecosystem.
Return interval, dependence structure, and multivariate normality [Electronic version].
The fire return interval for low-elevation forests at the stand-level was outside the HRV for the Medicine Bow National Forest, even when the absolute range of fire return intervals was used (Fig.
(1989) shows that as the return interval is increased the spread between the betas of low and high risk securities will increase.
Runoff coefficient is dependent on the precipitation return interval and general land use and topography (Chow et al., 1988).
The three-day return interval (-1 to +1) surrounds the public disclosure date (Day 0).
Under the fixed fire return interval, the population vector converges onto a stable size distribution, although the size distribution depends on what stage of the fire cycle is observed.
Parameters and base values used in the sensitivity analysis Parameter Condition Value Convergence, A/Y Strongly convergent- 0.01-0.5 weakly convergent Precipitation, P Albany 32 (mm/h) Canberra 42 Dalby 50 Innisfail 97 Duration, T (s) 1800 Return interval, R 1 in 5 years Infiltration, [I.sub.c]/P Degraded 0.5 Well-managed 0.9 Soil storage, pD Initially dry 0.5 (m) Initially wet 0.1 RZ infiltration, [I.sub.rz] Non-degraded 1000 (mm/h) Degraded 100