time correlation

time correlation

[′tīm ‚kär·ə′lā·shən]
(geology)
A correlation of age or mutual time relations between stratigraphic units in separated areas.
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Li, and et al., "Influence of uranium components geometry on time correlation coincidence mass measurement," Atomic Energy Science Technology, vol.
Runoff in the eastern PNW is caused predominantly by snowmelt; thus, Figure 7 shows that this region has a significantly longer lead time correlation than the western part.
LEFD adopts the time correlation features of the data collected by sensor nodes to detect certain types of fault nodes and then removes them from the network.
In this method, the sensor nodes are divided into multiple working groups; the time correlation of the sensor data is used to eliminate low frequency errors.
Therefore, several structures of time correlation may be assessed to provide a more accurate analysis, so that the inferences related to the model parameters become a proper correlation structure to determine the most appropriate diet.
The time correlation function (TCF) for the ISM data traffic X([t.sub.l], [f.sub.k]), which is dependent on [DELTA]l, is expressed as
In DLS measurements, the time fluctuation of the scattered light intensity, Is(t), of a dynamic system is recorded, from which the time correlation functions, gl([tau]), of the scattered electric field is accordingly determined [26, 27] and used for extracting the diffusion coefficients of the fast and the slow relaxation modes of PAN solutions using the well-known CONTIN method [28, 29],
In addition to providing complex monitoring features in cost-effective, easy to use monitoring tools, smart sensor technologies facilitate the time correlation of various measured parameters.
We additionally calculated the lead-lag time correlation of the seesaw with IOD or ENSO and found that the correlations are higher or close to the lead-lag autocorrelation of the two modes themselves, confirming the close connection of the seesaw with ENSO and IOD.
A prototype constrained optimization solution to the time correlation problem.
E-SMCs perform better than vr-STBCs when the time correlation of radio channels is low since vr-STBCs are designed on the assumption that the channel is constant during a transmitting code block.

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