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truncation

[trəŋ′kā·shən]
(mathematics)
Approximating the sum of an infinite series by the sum of a finite number of its terms.
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The most frequent search errors that did not affect recall involve repetitions of morphological variations of words despite truncation and term redundancies.
This hyperbolic truncation strategy favors the most relevant effects and low-order interactions, which mainly impact the response according to the sparsity-of-effects principle [14].
The depth of truncation [C.sub.x] in the analysis varies in the range 06.0 m and 0-4.0 m for Models A and B, respectively; thus the relative depth of truncation of C ranges approximately from 0 to 1 for both slopes.
Now, we will discuss the local truncation error of the nonstandard scheme (10).
The HL consistency conditions play an important role in image reconstruction as they can be used as a measure to restore consistency of the imperfect projection data (e.g., due to noise, motion, or truncation).
It is indicated that the truncation is in favor of more air flowing into the lower lobes.
They identified an optimal block size of 50 for all analytes and found truncation limits were needed for 24 assays.
Consequently, the truncation process may affect only the development of the terminal spikelet (Fig.
Both the truncation and the shifting approaches to estimating operational risk loss distributions are developed within the context of a more general LDA to operational risk modeling.
Balanced truncation is a numerical approach for designing a controller.
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and [eta][E.sub.OPRA] is the truncation error resulting from truncating the infinite series in (14)