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ATTENAttenuation
ATTENAttenuator
ATTENAtentamente (Spanish: attention)
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We also present the variance calculated across days of the normalized exposure error to aid in estimating the degree of bias and attenuation of model coefficients.
And by this device, we could simultaneously track the evolution of temperature, pressure, and ultrasonic velocity and attenuation of the polymer melt in the slit die.
The signal through a lossless interconnect, or an interconnect with an attenuation constant with frequency, will persevere its rise time at the RX.
The claim that growth attenuation will increase involvement in social and recreational activities is unproven.
One of the nondestructive techniques used to determine the acoustic attenuation is based on the ultrasonic wave propagation.
The differences in the mean sound pressure level resulted from the application of plants with different foliage types while the control group represented the relative attenuation value.
The methanol attenuation was over 90 percent for most sample pairs.
Because vegan women did not show an age-related decline in ultrasound attenuation, the researchers speculated that the vegan diet may actually benefit bone health.
Special Symposium on the Natural Attenuation of Trace Elements in Soils (2001: Guelph, Canada) Ed.
Kyoto, Japan, Feb 20, 2007 - (JCN Newswire) - Kyocera Corporation today announced that it has developed a small*, lightweight Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Duplexer with a built-in matching circuit featuring improved attenuation and isolation characteristics.
The Model 802 dynamic light scattering (DLS) instrument features the company's dual attenuation technology (DAT), a technique that controls the level of light entering the sample, as well as controlling scattered light going to the detector.
The methodology used here was first proposed by Cornell (1968), which requires information about the location and seismicity rates within each of the defined seismogenic zones, as well as an attenuation model.