The signal of human-induced warming is considered detected if the

scaling factor is significantly greater than zero (Min et al.

Gain estimation of nonlinear dynamic systems modeled by an FBFN and the maximum output

scaling factor of a self-tuning PI fuzzy controller," Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, 42: 1-5.

In order to scale a process from a laboratory-sized extruder to the manufacturing-scale, a

scaling factor is needed to translate operating conditions.

Scaling factor considers the length of stay (LOS) for amputees in weeks, LOS for nonamputees, and ratio of WII to amputees.

In other words, one feature

scaling factor is obviously bigger than the other

scaling factors.

The

scaling factor in the case of optical touchscreens is dependent on the circumference.

The ALMEMO plugs allow virtually any sensor with a linear signal output to be connected and programmed to display correct engineering units and

scaling factor.

QUANTIFICATION OF SURVEY RESPONSES WHEN THE

SCALING FACTOR IS POSITIVE

This algorithm estimates the TOA and

scaling factor of the reflections (relative to a reference function) that arise from dielectric property changes within an object, and has been tested on planar structures.

The watermark can be scaled by a

scaling factor 'k'.

Mainieri and Rehacek [10] reported a new form of chaos synchronization, termed as projective synchronization, that the drive and response systems could be synchronized up to a

scaling factor (a proportional relation), which is usually observable in a class of systems with partial linearity.

The options run the gamut from fixed scaling (similar to contact exposure, where only one

scaling factor is used for the whole batch), through iterative, corrective mechanisms (where the optimum scaling is converged upon, as the batch is being printed), to global scaling systems (where each panel receives the best

scaling factor applicable to that particular panel).