Available Acceleration - The maximum

vector sum of the longitudinal and lateral acceleration that could be generated for the specific operating condition.

In addition to that, for the cost effective unity power factor compensation scheme including the balanced capacitors bank and an active filter, the power ([S.sub.aC]) of the active filter can practically be sized as the

vector sum of [D.sub.sc], [D.sub.ss], [D.sub.up] and [D.sub.uq]:

We applied the same

vector sum cutoff (=2) for the calculation of the AUC.

The above problem of sparse

vector sum can be viewed as an extension of Yao's millionaire problem [9] to sparse vectors.

The predication algorithm developed by Kintsch (2001) seeks to resolve the limitations of the centroid or

vector sum method when extracting the meaning of predicate structures.

The weighted

vector sum is also scaled by the length of the

vector sum of an ideal white Lambertian reflector in order to make the xDNA values reasonably comparable to typical reflectance values.

It should be clear that the

vector sum of base offset and settable zero offset is LL0+LL3.

As described earlier, an agent's choice is the

vector sum of the configuration of incentives and representations immediately antecedent to his initial striving to attain his aim.

Because two orthogonal trials were performed and the final outcome was the

vector sum of the two, some error may have been introduced if the two trials were not identical.

Conversely, the module can be used as a combiner by applying each signal into the output ports, and the

vector sum will appear as a single output.

The second step is to calculate the magnitude of the

vector sum of the semi-major and semi-minor axes of this ellipse (as shown in Figure 4) from the following formula:

According to the principle of interference, the observable Poynting vector is given by the incoherent

vector sum of its components in the forward and reverse components, and thus it is impermissible to express the near-zone irradiance of the field as the squared magnitudes of scalar wave functions.