Deterministic models

Deterministic models

Liability-matching models that assume that the liability payments and the asset cash flows are known with certainty. Related: Stochastic models.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Deterministic models calculate received signal power based on the actual properties of the environment [16] [40], meanwhile probabilistic model calculates variance of received signals that allows obtaining true received signal from a range of values [17][19].
The first one is parameters perturbation; the second one is the environmental noise that is proportional to the variables; and the last one is the robustness of the positive equilibrium of the deterministic models.
They aimed at the integration of the 'archives of nature' (tree-rings, speleothems) as well as 'archives of humans' (chronicles, supplications) in order to challenge deterministic models of human-environment interaction.
Experiment measurements of signal strength were carried out in the urban environment in order to compare real-life results with different deterministic models at 1900 MHz frequency.
He discusses four categories of models: simple models based on simple laws such as Fick's law, models consisting of generalized equations such as equations of motions, deterministic models without any random phenomena and in which all variables are continuous variables, and discrete-event models and stochastic models in which at least one variable is discrete.
For this use of DOE as a method of building statistical models to analyze and simplify deterministic models demonstrates the close relationship of these species examined of structural model of mechanical systems and processes for their manufacture.
Most population viability analyses of ptarmigan have employed deterministic models (e.
The models of study on the indoor propagation characteristics can be divided into two categories: empirical and deterministic models [4].
Deterministic models (neocardinal or ordinal) of consumer's equilibrium with using marginalistic methods are not the only ones explaining consumer's behaviour but they are a very important part of the analysis.
As shown, all six advanced simulations (AS1 through AS6) resulted in a much lower anticipated annual energy density than the deterministic models.
Deterministic models are physically meaningful, and potentially accurate.

Full browser ?