theoretical frequency

theoretical frequency

[‚thē·ə¦red·ə·kəl ′frē·kwən·sē]
(statistics)
A distributional frequency that would result if the data followed a theoretical distribution law rather than the actual observed frequencies.
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Then the derivation of [mathematical expression not reproducible] is computed and set to be 0, we can get the theoretical frequency f* to minimize the cost
In the above two experiments, the error between the actual and theoretical frequency is caused by the frequency resolution, but does not affect the analysis results.
In other words, the theoretical frequency [f.sub.m] reaches the maximum at the order m, while the projections of the frequency [f.sub.m] on several adjacent orders are not zero.
Each file consisted of 188 [+ or -] 11.1 ridges at about 0.5 [micro]m intervals; the theoretical frequency (number of ridges per syllable length) was estimated to be 2208-3646 Hz.
[F.sub.T] (j[omega]) is theoretical frequency response, the square root of RCS of the calibration object (conducting sphere).
To determine the theoretical frequency of variation range of the studied trait was used the normal distribution function I (f (t)), for which the equation of Gauss--Laplace was exposed to following contraction:
At a low frequency (0.5-2 GHz), the [epsilon]" decreased sharply with an increasing frequency, which confirmed the theoretical frequency dependence of [epsilon]", exhibiting a steep variation rate in the 1-2 GHz frequency range [7,11].
The capture range for the proposed P-DPLL is ~[+ or -] 4 GHz, which is close to the maximum theoretical frequency offset value for the given symbol rate (i.e., 1/(8T) = 4 GHz).
It is important to verify the theoretical frequency models with the help of statistical test describe herein.
Chi-square is calculated by finding the difference between each observed and theoretical frequency, squaring them, dividing each by the theoretical frequency, and taking the sum of the
First a theoretical frequency distribution is fit to frequency of loss information.
The theoretical frequency dependence of the phase in which the filler is occluded in a filled blend without PP-g-MAH, illustrated by the lowest curve, is relatively weak in Fig.

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