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Inaccuracies of Measuring Methods and Their Influence on the Regression Function

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1984-01-01T00:00:00Z

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Active and Passive Electronic Components, Vol 11, Iss 3, Pp 243-247 (1984)

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LCC:Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering ; LCC:TK1-9971 ; LCC:Technology ; LCC:T ; DOAJ:Electrical and Nuclear Engineering ; DOAJ:Technology and Engineering ; LCC:Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering ; LCC:TK1-9971 ; LCC:Technology ; LCC:T ; DOAJ:Electrical and Nuclear Engineering ; DOAJ:Technology and Eng...

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Inaccuracies of Measuring Methods and Their Influence on the Regression Function

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The quality parameters of electronic components and devices usually depend on the parameters of the materials. In many cases one does not know the theoretical relationship between the parameters, and therefore one makes technological experiments and measures the values of the parameters. Usually it is necessary to take several measuring points a...

The quality parameters of electronic components and devices usually depend on the parameters of the materials. In many cases one does not know the theoretical relationship between the parameters, and therefore one makes technological experiments and measures the values of the parameters. Usually it is necessary to take several measuring points and calculate from this the unknown relationship between the parameters. Minimize

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1984

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Chromatic numbers and products by

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Let Λ(n) be the smallest number so that there are two n chromatic graphs whose product has chromatic number Λ(n). Under the assumption that a certain sharper result than one obtained by Duffus, Sands and Woodrow [1] holds we will prove that Λ(n) ≥ n/2. MR Subject Classifications [2000]: 05C15 Keyworks: chromatic number, graph product, Hedeniemi ...

Let Λ(n) be the smallest number so that there are two n chromatic graphs whose product has chromatic number Λ(n). Under the assumption that a certain sharper result than one obtained by Duffus, Sands and Woodrow [1] holds we will prove that Λ(n) ≥ n/2. MR Subject Classifications [2000]: 05C15 Keyworks: chromatic number, graph product, Hedeniemi conjecture Minimize

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Short CommunicationOtoliths and vertebrae as potential hard structures for ageing South African yellowfin tuna Thunnus albacares

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Sagittal otoliths and vertebrae from 46 yellowfin tuna Thunnus albacares (118–175 cm fork length) collected off the west coast of South Africa were assessed for potential usefulness in age estimation. Growth increments were found on both structures. Comparisons of growth increment counts showed that agreement in the counts of the number of growt...

Sagittal otoliths and vertebrae from 46 yellowfin tuna Thunnus albacares (118–175 cm fork length) collected off the west coast of South Africa were assessed for potential usefulness in age estimation. Growth increments were found on both structures. Comparisons of growth increment counts showed that agreement in the counts of the number of growth increments was low (33–44%) but that most (90–94%) agreed to within one growth increment. Growth increment counts from whole otoliths, sectioned otoliths and vertebrae were not significantly different (t-test, p < 0.05). Among-reader precision was high for both whole otoliths (average percent error [APE] = 9.8%) and vertebrae (APE = 12.1%), but low for sectioned otoliths (APE = 34.9%). Age-bias plots indicated non-linear bias when sectioned otoliths were assessed in relation to other structures. Whole otoliths and whole vertebrae were considered equally precise, but the practicality of collecting vertebrae from the commercial fishery was better. Vertebrae are recommended as the most suitable structure for ageing yellowfin tuna. Keywords: age estimation; annuli; otoliths; precision; South Africa; vertebraeAfrican Journal of Marine Science 2009, 31(2): 271–276 Minimize

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African Journal of Marine Science

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2009-09-16

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African Journal of Marine Science; Vol 31, No 2 (2009)

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THE URYSOHN SPHERE IS OSCILLATION STABLE.

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approach Thisnotecanbeseenasthecontinuationofthepaper[11]whereacombinatorial problemcanbeformulatedasfollows: is proposed for an analog ofLetS1denotetheunitsphereoftheHilbert the distortion problem for `2. This latter space continuous,thenthereisaclosedin `2. Is it true that if "> 0 and nite-dimensionalsubspaceV f: S1! R is boundedof`2suchthat

approach Thisnotecanbeseenasthecontinuationofthepaper[11]whereacombinatorial problemcanbeformulatedasfollows: is proposed for an analog ofLetS1denotetheunitsphereoftheHilbert the distortion problem for `2. This latter space continuous,thenthereisaclosedin `2. Is it true that if "> 0 and nite-dimensionalsubspaceV f: S1! R is boundedof`2suchthat Minimize

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Canonical vertex partitions

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Let σ be a finite relational signature and T a set of finite complete relational structures of signature σ and HT the countable homogeneous relational structure of signature σ which does not embed any of the structures in T. In the case that σ consists of at most binary relations and T is finite the vertex partition behaviour of HT is completely...

Let σ be a finite relational signature and T a set of finite complete relational structures of signature σ and HT the countable homogeneous relational structure of signature σ which does not embed any of the structures in T. In the case that σ consists of at most binary relations and T is finite the vertex partition behaviour of HT is completely analysed; in the sense that it is shown that a canonical partition exists and the size of this partition in terms of the structures in T is determined. If T is infinite some results are obtained but a complete analysis is still missing. Some general results are presented which are intended to be used in further investigations in case that σ contains relational symbols of arity larger than two or that the set of bounds T is infinite. 1 Minimize

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2008-07-01

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Coloring subgraphs of the Rado graph

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Given a universal binary countable homogeneous structure U and n ∈ ω, there is a partition of the induced n-element substructures of U into finitely many classes so that for any partition C0, C1,., Cm−1 of such a class Q into finitely many parts there is a number k ∈ m and a copy U ∗ of U in U so that all of the induced n-element substructures o...

Given a universal binary countable homogeneous structure U and n ∈ ω, there is a partition of the induced n-element substructures of U into finitely many classes so that for any partition C0, C1,., Cm−1 of such a class Q into finitely many parts there is a number k ∈ m and a copy U ∗ of U in U so that all of the induced n-element substructures of U ∗ which are in Q are also in Ck. The partition of the induced n-element substructures of U is explicitly given and a somewhat sharper result as the one stated above is proven. 1 Minimize

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2008-07-17

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2009-06-11

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Executive Summary

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As economic pressures result in greatly expanded utilization of facilities, the issue of power system security analysis is key to reliable operation at maximum efficiency. Security analysis in this context refers to the ability of a power system to withstand prespecified disturbances called contingencies. This report presents results on the iden...

As economic pressures result in greatly expanded utilization of facilities, the issue of power system security analysis is key to reliable operation at maximum efficiency. Security analysis in this context refers to the ability of a power system to withstand prespecified disturbances called contingencies. This report presents results on the identification of the current state of power system security analysis for operations and the potential integration of the various existing power system security analysis tools. Current security analysis consists of numerous software tools (some off-line and some on-line) that predict operator guidelines for transaction scheduling. A survey of selected operators in representative locations in both the East and Western US was conducted to determine the effectiveness of current tools and the need for future improvements. The primary outcome of that survey indicated that: • There is a wide variation of satisfaction with the quality of the models used • Network model reduction is done offline • Virtually all operators are satisfied with their SCADA systems • Virtually all operators have operational online power flow tools Minimize

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2008-07-01

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