sampling time

sampling time

[′sam·pliŋ ‚tīm]
(engineering)
The time between successive measurements of a physical quantity.
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Among their topics are fluvial responses following volcanic eruptions: the Blanco-Este River in southern Chile, deriving the index governing the seepage flow and dynamic similarity condition of levee failures due to seepage flow, assessing the impacts of climate change on the hydrological risk by quantitative alternation in the Catalan internal basins, developing a rainfall-runoff model: suitability assessment in the Morava River Basin of the Czech Republic, and predicting the longitudinal dispersion of River Balogun using constant distance and time approach at different sampling time intervals.
This enables them to make real-time design iterations, reduce their sampling time, and integrate the flow of data from design to manufacturing to get new styles to market faster than ever before.
This was done due to the long time taken to locate leaves that have a low occurrence frequency on the vines, which can increase sampling time (Rosado et al.
The levels of both CRP and Albumin at different sampling time have been compared by using Repeated measure ANOVA and individual comparison between individual groups were done using Post-Hoc test (Bonferroni Test.
where u(k) is the system input at the k-ih sampling time point, y(k) is the corresponding system output, z is the time shift operator, [mathematical expression not reproducible] are the model parameters, [n.sub.a] and nb are the order of the polynomials A and B, d is the time delay, and e(k) is the error term.
Under the cultivated land-use, soil temperatures peaked during the second and fifth sampling time and then decreased gradually to 34.7[degrees]C.
At sampling time i = 1, 2, ..., take the first sample of size [n.sub.1] and the sample mean, [mathematical expression not reproducible], is calculated.
ulcerans DNA in bandicoot feces at 2 sampling time points separated by 4 weeks suggests that small mammals might be a potential reservoir for this pathogen.
Sequences obtained at each sampling time were analyzed and compared.
Sampling time strongly affected pH and extractable K (P < 0.001), as well as total P, S, and organic carbon (P= 0.01-0.018).
where T is sampling time, and x [member of] [R.sup.r], u [member of] R are the state variable, and the control input, respectively.