sampling interval

sampling interval

[′sam·pliŋ ‚in·tər·vəl]
(control systems)
The time between successive sampling pulses in a sampled-data control system.
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The DAS220-BAT acquisition system features a 16-bit resolution and can record measurements with a sampling interval of up to 1 ms per channel.
Essential to interpreting serum lithium level is knowing the sampling interval (the time between the last dose and the drawing of blood), the dose form, and the dosage schedule11,12.
"Systematic random sampling," on the other hand, uses a sampling interval (i.e., selecting every xth patient) with a random start point.
Thrips populations per leaf continue to increase at eighth or ninth sampling interval and afterward declined.
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A shift towards a 3-h sampling interval in Europe probably reflects the availability of high-sensitivity assays compared to the lack of access in the US to state-of-the-art assays.
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for the regular sampling interval 1.5 to 2 m (180 to 200 cm) was obtained for the age of initial deposition of peat into the tropical lowland peat basin studied (Table 4).