sum rule


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sum rule

[′səm ‚rül]
(quantum mechanics)
A formula for a transition between energy levels in which the sum of the transition strengths is expressed in a simple form.
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Moreover, one can find assumptions on neutrino mass sum rules that can be tested [104-106,119] and generalized CP symmetry schemes [120-125].
For the first fusion method, SVM classified the EEG signal into the four types of emotion, and fusion is performed using a sum rule. For the second fusion method, SVM classified the EEG signal into three intensity levels (weak, moderate, and strong), and fusion is performed using a production rule.
Description SVM SVM classification [27] Min Min rule [44] Max Max rule [44] Hm Hamacher T-norm [24] LLR Logistic Linear Regression [31] LR-Cp Like ratio and copular [29] Fk Frank T-norm [24] N2 2 norm for classification [44] Ep Einstein product T-norm [24] Sum Sum rule [44] Yg Yager T-norm [24] LR-G Like ratio and Gaussian Mixture Model [30] [AA.sub.pro] Proposed Aczel-Alsina T-norm Table 2.
Three matching algorithms are implemented; first is the matching using the fusion of iris and fingerprint by the sum rule, second is the matching of both modalities by the weighted sum rule, and the final is the matching using the fusion by the fuzzy logic if-then rules and the fuzzy inference system.
Next, it extends the study on fusion by introducing greater dimension in fusion approaches, instead of only weighted sum rule and sum rule.
Given an interpolatory symbol a with sum rule order K, we aim to construct interpolatory symbol with increased sum rule order.
Mihara, "The [omega]DD vertex in a sum rule approach," Physics Letters B, vol.
Caption: Figure 13: The ROC of LR-GMM, SVM, and Sum rule.
We say that [??]([xi]) has m sum rules if there exists a 1 x r matrix [??]([xi]): = ([[??].sub.1]([xi]), [[??].sub.2]([xi]), ..., [[??].sub.r]([xi])) of 2[pi]-periodic trigonometric polynomials with [??](0) [not equal to] 0 such that
In this work, we estimate the strong coupling constants of [[OMEGA].sup.0.sub.c] [right arrow] [[XI].sup.+.sub.c][K.sup.-] in the framework of light cone QCD sum rules. In our calculations, two different possibilities on quantum numbers of [[OMEGA].sub.c] baryons are explored:
In this work, we obtained mass spectrum and decay constants of the D and B mesons via QCD Sum Rule and a Quark Model potential.
Finally, I address the interesting question of whether the momentum sum rule is valid for nuclear structure functions.