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The average deviation of the all 140 samples is 1.8525 and the coefficient R is 0.97256.
Under the no-slip boundary condition, the cumulative mean errors and average deviation are depicted in Figure 11.
deviation 8.97 8.97 6.90 Average deviation 3.54 4.62 4.15 Table VI: Final results for finish turning deviations.
The average deviations of gully head are 2.202 m and 5.566 m, respectively, reduced by 60.448%.
The average deviation of the simulated [H.sub.h] values is -1.5%, relatively, while the absolute deviation stays mostly below 34%, which confirms the quality of the model.
As shown by three comparison curves in Figure 5 and Figure 6, random selection algorithm achieves large value of load average deviation and strong jitter.
And the average deviation which has calculated among real variable average and the rate average equal to 0.273, shows that among received answers and comments from people who answered indicates that job creation, there is a meaningful differences in organization.
The price amplitude, normalized average bias, and normalized average deviation of both asset X and asset Y1 (asset Y whose life started from period 1) are, generally speaking, the largest in SdurSdiv and the smallest in treatment DdurSdiv.
For the GaAS case average deviation in results on [Z.sub.0] are 1.92%, 0.61% and 1.82% for the HFSS, CST and the present method respectively.
Once numbers are added in the numerator an average is calculated divided by the denominator of the average deviation of each number from the mean.
For a 12-foot crossing, no individual had an average deviation across the five trials that was greater than 3 feet in the bar tile, APS, guidestrip, or edgestrips conditions.
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