steady-state distribution

steady-state distribution

[′sted·ē ¦stāt ‚dis·trə′byü·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
The equilibrium condition between phases in each step of a multistage, countercurrent liquid-liquid extraction. Abbreviated SSD.
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n, if it exists, is called a steady-state distribution of X.
The steady-state distribution of a homogeneous Markov chain X, [pi] = [[[pi].
h], it may be easier to try to find the steady-state distribution, [pi], directly.
Choose an initial guess for the stationary steady-state distribution of capital [b.
are simply functions of the steady-state distribution of savings P.
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Water quality parameter estimation in steady-state distribution system.
Assuming that a unique steady-state distribution exists, we will denote it by f*.
If we can rewrite (8) in this way, then the steady-state distribution is f* = [[GAMMA].
The stationary, or steady-state distribution of earnings varies with the level of public expenditure, [Tau]: for convenience, we refer to the private system as [Tau] = 0.
We can deduce the long-run, or steady-state distribution of earnings across the population from this information.
This quasi-steady-state distribution (due to molecular redistribution between associates) relaxes to the true steady-state distribution, which depends on neither the initial state nor its intermediate steady state.