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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Mathematical models for signals with Power Quality Disturbances where the frequency value is taken as a function of time has been presented lately [41], [42], these works present the most complete modelization. However, the frequency and the phase are fixed at a posterior step because of the complexity of the model presented and the computing time needed to manage signal processing with it.
Our work aims to investigate this problem by considering a complete modelization taking into account the velocity differences between the phases.
The C++ code (object oriented) contains the modelization of different components and protocols implied in the OSI layers of wired and wireless networks (propagation model, MAC layer 802.11, application layer, etc.) in addition to special components like timers or random number generators.
Once the different benefits and sacrifices associated with the smoking habit had been identified, an SPV modelization was proposed (Figure 1).
Hence, it focuses only on status lights' modelization of the runway due to their relation to the airspace traffic management [22].
The problem of modelization is, perhaps, the most challenging in modern ecology, biology, chemistry, and many other sciences.
More recently, the so-called learning machines, for instance, the artificial neural networks (ANNs), have been used for the modelization of some significant mechanical parameters of road materials [20-23].
So to grapple with the production of IWC as a modelization of "behavior, sensibility, perception, memory, social relations, sexual relations, imaginary phantoms, etc" (Guattari & Rolnik, 2008, p.
Modelization of the spatial distribution of corn head smut (Sporisorium reilianum Langdon and Fullerton) in Mexico.
"Emphasis is made on the relationship between mathematics and experience to carry out phenomena modelization that composes social, natural and mathematic characteristics" [4]

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