To measure how ecosystems exchange carbon and water with the atmosphere, Fluxnet stations rely on state-of-the-art micrometeorological tools and a standard method, called the eddy covariance
were defined by the equation [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] The estimates of genotypic covariance
for the month t were described [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] where i = 5, 6, .
4th, 5th and 6th degrees of AR parameters were estimated by covariance
and Yule-walker methods for the EGG signals of patients and healthy people for fasting and satiety stages (for both channels).
For the characterization of an unbounded covariance
, we have to consider functional digraphs.
T] represents the noise signal vector, which is assumed to be a zero-mean complex random vector with a covariance
matrix of [?
In the study, we tested the suitability of homogenous and heterogeneous covariance
structures between repeated measurements of data concerning laying hens, and evaluated the effect of adding some covariates in quality criteria of RISM where a time effect was specified as a continuous variable.
structures are found in the literature, where the G and [R.
between direct and maternal genetic effects
Since there is no correlation between measurement errors and signals, the total covariance
matrix of the observations in the LSC model is obtained by the sum of the covariance
matrices of the signal and the noise.
Following the estimated state, the covariance
matrix of the estimate is given by
Figure 4 plots a positive covariance
between both indexes which hints that the euro has helped harmonized and stabilized the business cycle on both sides of the Atlantic.
Given the expected excess rate of return vector R - r on n risky securities and the non-singular covariance
matrix [OMEGA] between n risky securities rate of returns, the portfolio [omega] in Equation (1) is the unique risky optimal mean-variance efficient within the mean-variance framework if and only if [omega] = [[OMEGA].