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Definitions

  1. Weighting is done automatically and iteratively using a process called iteratively reweighted least squares.
  2. Weighting was accomplished by making the assumption that total observation variance was proportional to assay variance. (Web site)
  3. Over weighting is a big mistake many divers make. (Web site)
  4. Due to the weighting, a 10% quality shift like this increases the multiplier more than 10%.

Equivalent

  1. This is equivalent to weighting those 16 values equally and assigning weights of 0 to the other 4 trimmed values. (Web site)
  2. The GMM estimator with this weighting matrix is equivalent to the 2SLS estimator.

Changes

  1. As t changes, the weighting function emphasizes different parts of the input function. (Web site)
  2. SPA is a generalized parsimony program that allows differential weighting of changes between different states. (Web site)

Calculating

  1. The weighting function has to be taken into account also when calculating the mean densities and to be used in Eq.

Inverse

  1. The inverse of the estimated assay variance was used as the first estimate for weighting in the PK modeling throughout. (Web site)
  2. The inverse distance weighting approaches incorporate information from many more stations. (Web site)
  3. It uses the inverse of the estimated noise variance as the weighting function. (Web site)

Standard Error

  1. The difference was probably due to weighting or complex features of the sampling design that required alternative calculations for the standard error.

Surface Temperature

  1. The function includes a weighted difference of surface temperature and ambient temperature, the weighting being varied with target temperature. (Web site)

Response Variable

  1. This is used for weighting a response variable based upon its dependency on x, a distance variable.

Factors

  1. In addition, we analyze the effects of clustering methods, query-cluster similarity functions, and weighting factors in the proposed method.
  2. Weighting or factors can also be applied to any anatomical region, such as white matter, grey matter, fiber tracts, nerve bundles, etc. (Web site)

Divers

  1. Divers use high density materials such as lead for diving weighting systems and low density materials such as air in buoyancy compensators and lifting bags. (Web site)

Exploration

  1. Due to its weighting towards exploration, many critics referred to the title as a first-person adventure game. (Web site)
  2. Some 77% worldwide is used as a weighting agent for drilling fluids in oil and gas exploration. (Web site)

Data

  1. The effects can also be mitigated by weighting the data when population benchmarks are available or by imputing data based on answers to other questions. (Web site)
  2. Prior to running any statistics on these data you need to tell SPSS that the variable "count" is to be used as a weighting variable. (Web site)
  3. B: the main dialog window allows the user to type in the parameters of the analysis (data file name, weighting options, etc.).

Estimate

  1. That is, estimate obtained in step 2 is used to calculate weighting matrix for step 3, and so on. (Web site)

Lightest

  1. The Etruscan Pygmy Shrew or the White-toothed Pygmy Shrew (Suncus etruscus) is the lightest known mammal by mass, weighting only 2 grams.

Dyeing

  1. Sodium wolframate is used in the fireproofing of fabrics, in the weighting of silk, and as a mordant in dyeing. (Web site)
  2. Pure Silk Silk in which there is no metallic or other weighting of any kind, except that which is an essential part of dyeing. (Web site)

Variables

  1. Weighting the PHS resulted in some changes to the ORs because not all variables used to determine the weighting (i.e.
  2. Move both rating and violence to the Variables: window and press OK (make sure the weighting variable is turned on before you rank the data). (Web site)
  3. The patent application does not purport to explain how to select the appropriate margin of safety, the weighting factor, or any of the other variables. (Web site)

Weight

  1. Diving weighting systems can be used to reduce the weight of the diver and cause an ascent in an emergency.

Buoyancy

  1. It can be a disadvantage to divers who carry few cylinders due to the extra weight needed on the diving weighting system to counteract this buoyancy. (Web site)
  2. Some of the many skills you will learn include buoyancy, proper weighting, marine conservation, equipment assembly, proper dive planning, and maintenance.

Weighting

  1. Hence weighting did not appear to be necessary when the variables used in calculating the weights were used as covariates in the analysis.
  2. This process is known as "loading" or "weighting," and gives increased body and weight to the silk. (Web site)
  3. Prepare data for processing by organizing information, checking for any inaccuracies, and adjusting and weighting the raw data.

Categories

  1. Matter > Liquids > Water > Buoyancy
  2. Nature > Matter > Mass > Weights
  3. Response Variable
  4. Raw Data
  5. Surface Temperature
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