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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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Future research should also parametrically compare the reinforcing efficacy of HP and LP stimuli under different response requirements or force multipliers (e.g., 5-multiplier vs.
Varying the ICBM range parametrically would make this figure too cluttered.
Zu, "Nonlinear vibration of parametrically excited viscoelastic moving belts, part II: Stability analysis," Journal of Applied Mechanics, vol.
It follows from the mathematical statistics that if quantities [[eta].sub.1], [[eta].sub.2], ..., [[eta].sub.n] are independent of one another in events of a subensemble and obey Gaussian distributions, the distribution of these parametrically invariant quantities does not depend on the parameters of the Gaussian distributions, and the number n of particles in the subensemble event uniquely determines the distribution of parametrically invariant quantities.
In this paper, the mixed torsional behaviors of the U-shaped thin-walled RC girders are parametrically investigated based on the theoretical analysis, the ultimate equilibrium analysis, and the nonlinear FE simulation.
While a traditional topology optimization process starts with a fixed input design space, IST includes a parametrically variable structure as well as an adaptable design space for the SIMP algorithm (see Figure 1).
Vary distance between folded dipole elements, wire radius, and distance between individual dipole elements parametrically to obtain optimal impedance match.
Some want everything parametrically debugged; others haven't a clue what that means.
Zu, "Multi-pulse chaotic dynamics in non-planar motion of parametrically excited viscoelastic moving belt," Journal ofSound and Vibration, vol.
Either the model can best fit over the mesh and creates smooth surfaces in place of polygonal faces [5, 13] or the model can be constructed parametrically. The parametric approach uses the mesh as a guide for the model sketches.