For a

sine curve approximation, it is desirable to partition the first quadrant interval [0-[pi]/2] into small subintervals and then approximate each interval by polynomials of a certain degree, rather than employing a single polynomial approximation.

A

sine curve centred halfway between the minimum and maximum temperatures (Watson and Beattie 1996; Roltsch et al.

Maintaining a "steady strain on the line" and reducing the trough (the low point on the logistics readiness

sine curve) was paramount to realizing the continuous readiness goal.

The pump operates with a sinusoidal rotor in which two complete

sine curves create four separate, symmetrical compartments in the pump housing.

The results in Table 1 are for DRFM staircases which ideally approximate a

sine curve. Non-ideal approximations can be expected to produce larger spurs.

Plauborg (2002) found a simple model that explained 98% of the variation for average soil temperature at 10 cm in Denmark using only air temperature for the current day and the two previous days, combined with a

sine curve for seasonal effects.

Periodic waveforms such as the

sine curve of alternating current can be represented as a Fourier series.

The dots situated on a given

sine curve belong to the same Saros series.

Abstract: Traditionally fitting a

sine curve with three sample points is taken as a combined optimal problem in which three variables are involved.

Utilizing distributed resources in indigenous capacity while meeting the demands of volatile economic

sine curves of growth and development, require a perspective of sustainable energy utility with resilience and adaptive capacity at core and at large,' the survey said.

In addition, the background [b.sup.i] in (11) is generated by exponential, polynomial, sigmoid, or

sine curves with a random amplitude.

This is the second principle: "The bottom line is, curved walls make buildings seem bigger:

sine curves, spirals, platoids.