Mathematical model


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Mathematical model

A mathematical representation of concepts that describes a system through a series of equations relating variables of the system. Many disciplines use mathematical models, including, but not limited to, physics, biology, psychology, and finance.
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In many cases, the mathematical model of given process is very specific and in addition depending on concrete conditions of the process (Janacova et al.
Mathematical models are needed to understand how to design effective measurement systems, and to analyze the results they produce.
Thus, in this paper the a mathematical model for dust is achieved and presented.
2011), where the mathematical model was determined based on the kinematic and dynamic analysis of the pumping system.
In addition, the researchers used the mathematical model to explain some unexpected experimental observations.
It's a good beginning," he says referring to the study's mathematical model "but I don't think you can draw any firm conclusions from it.
We developed a mathematical model to compare 2 indoor remediation strategies in the aftermath of an outdoor release of 1.
APPLICATION: A mathematical model can predict the buildup of dissolved solids in closed white water system.
A crosslinking mathematical model based on water diffusion and hydrolysis reaction confirms the influence of reaction rate and explains cracking differences between sealants.
If all the operators in a mathematical model exhibit nonlinearity, the resulting mathematical model is defined as nonlinear [12].
Abstract: This paper describes the creation of non-linear mathematical model of combined heat and electric energy production plant for optimization of the operation of heat source.
In their mathematical model, appearing on the pre-press website arXiv.

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