unnormalised

unnormalised

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The difference in h-index between the two physicists is likely to be as much to do with the changing publishing environment as anything intrinsic to the value of their work itself, and unnormalised comparisons between different disciplines are all but meaningless.
Reference [36] compares the global cargo-ship network to the worldwide air transportation network, by considering the unnormalised version of metrics like the diameter or the clustering coefficient.
unnormalised Kahler-Ricci flow cf., e.g., [CL], [ST]).
It is applied with the parameter settings of unnormalised data obtained from the learning task of C = 10,000 and kernel function is RBF with y = 0.01.
We get the following unnormalised coefficients: [c.sub.10]: 2(4 + [square root of]7), [c.sub.01]: 2(4 + [square root of]17), and [c.sub.11]: 5 + [square root of]17.
Within statistical errors the numerator of the Rietveld [chi square] function (i.e., the unnormalised Rietveld [chi square] function) is equal to the sum of the unnormalised Pawley and integrated intensity [chi square] functions [4], i.e.,