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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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Finally, the virtual design tool was applied to study the mechanical behavior of a complex new generation multilayer 3D structure stent (Henry, 2008) by reverse engineering allowing the creation of parametrically adaptable accurate models directly from the manufacturing software or microCT scanned samples.
Unfortunately, after data import linking nothing of this system worked and the work on fixing parametrically associative errors was continued after the next step.
0], and [omega], respectively, are changed parametrically, while the other two are held constant.
In summary, the present research presented pigeons with a choice between two RT 32-s terminal-link schedules, constructed according to Millenson's (1963) method with parametrically varied combinations of At and p.
Wilkies (1985) has presented an interesting account of the that-trace phenomena within this framework, again linking it parametrically to the possibility of assigning Spice to a Taste-assigner.
These can be summarized parametrically introducing in the model factors with different levels.
Components from over 15,000 manufacturers are parametrically searchable in a single database accessed by leading commercial and government OEMs, top-tier authorized distributors and contract manufacturers.
Secondly, a literature review has highlighted that whilst simulation has been incorporated into elevator design, the models constructed all suffer from one main disadvantage: they are not parametrically built.
Previous versions of PartMaker's 3-D simulation described the components of the machine being simulated parametrically, which provided the user the ability to describe the model of their machine quickly and easily.
This tool enables manufacturers to group a set of custom or standard objects together into a single system that can be parametrically defined.