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Parameter

A model is a combination of variables, such as GDP growth, and coefficients which multiply these variables. The coefficients are often estimated from the data. The coefficients are called parameters.
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The non parametrical Mann-Whitney test (one way analysis of variance) does not lead to the conclusion that specialized businesses and diversified businesses with related activities show a greater profitability when their export ratio exceeds 40%.
The parametrical uncertainty can now be defined accurately.
Designers can split work on models during the detailing phase and later merge them regardless of the creation history and parametrical dependencies.
Taking into account the great importance of these problems, hitherto existing theoretical and application studies have been conducted mostly in the area of mathematical modelling problems, and from the technical viewpoint in the area of methods for parametrical identification of various modelling structures [9, 10].
stems with detailed descriptions in parametrical form collected from real trees.
Parametrical Study on the Behaviour of Steel and Composite Cellular Beams Under Fire Conditions
We have presented a general framework for segmentation of anatomical structures by connected parametrical models.
r] and RCOL, which is supported by the parametrical analysis on the trends of RCOL for S2-S1 and S3-S1 comparisons demonstrated in Figure 3 (a-b).
In order to do that, the parametrical studies developed in the last decades, with important contributions for the seismically engineering general progress made by edifying many controversial aspects from the past, led to choose and hierarchy arrange the most signifying phenomenon that rule a structure behaviour at intense seismically actions.
Parametrical definition of dimensions mutation for internal rectangular slots is as follows
The parametrical approach to the synergy level is possible by using the principles of synergetics to determine the order or enslaving parameters that can be interpreted as the amplitudes of the macroscopic patterns at the self-organization of microscopic ones [6].
PayWare eCMS also allows Bankart to easily configure card and merchant accounts due to its highly parametrical nature, providing a very flexible solution that can be quickly changed or adapted to meet customer requirements.