RFCN

AcronymDefinition
RFCNRadio Frequency Channel Number
RFCNRegistered Fabric Change Notification
RFCNRoseville First Church of the Nazarene (Roseville, CA)
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F-measure AUC MAE CB 0.5472 0.7971 0.2662 SEG 0.4917 0.7588 0.3592 SVO 0.3498 0.8361 0.409 SF 0.3659 0.7541 0.2077 CA 0.5161 0.8287 0.2778 TD 0.5432 0.8081 0.2333 SS 0.2516 0.6714 0.2499 HS 0.5576 0.7883 0.2747 DRFI 0.5897 0.8623 0.2063 HM 0.4892 0.7945 0.2263 BD 0.5443 0.8185 0.1955 BL 0.5823 0.8562 0.266 MR 0.5084 0.7753 0.229 PCA 0.5392 0.8439 0.2778 FT 0.3559 0.6126 0.2808 RC 0.5307 0.8105 0.3128 LRR 0.5124 0.7956 0.3067 GS 0.5164 0.8136 0.2056 SMD 0.6033 0.8437 0.1976 GC 0.5063 0.7511 0.2596 DSR 0.5035 0.8139 0.2105 MC 0.574 0.8427 0.2287 SBF 0.493 0.848 0.2325 MCDL 0.6559 0.8813 0.1457 LEGS 0.6124 0.8193 0.1844 RFCN 0.6768 0.8803 0.1476 MDF 0.6574 0.8483 0.1556 DBS 0.6621 0.8917 0.1505 Table 2: F-measure, AUC, and MAE of DBS, ABS, TBS, and FBS.
All three of them display a similar dominant peak near the RFCN frequency; however, its amplitude decreased in time, while the apparent period substantially increased, especially during the past ten years or so.
Theoretically, in absence of any additional excitation, the resonance period of RFCN should remain constant, and its amplitude should exponentially decrease.
We use the least squares method, applied to 3-day interpolated data (see preceding section), in 6-year sliding intervals, to estimate the parameters of RFCN and retrograde annual term--amplitude and apparent period of the former and only the amplitude of the latter term.
Now if the resonant frequency of RFCN changes, the curve representing T([sigma]) shifts horizontally, and the value T([sigma]) for any forced term with frequency [sigma] also changes.
leading to the value of the resonance RFCN period equal to [P.sub.f] = -430.32 [+ or -] 0.07 solar days and quality factor [Q.sub.f] = 20600 [+ or -] 340, by using Eq.
The main difference between the direct and indirect determination of RFCN apparent and resonance period respectively is that
The inevitable conclusion is that the observed changes of the apparent RFCN period coming from the direct determination must be caused by an additional excitation.
[[sigma].sub.CW], [[sigma].sub.FCN] are the complex terrestrial frequencies of Chandler wobble and RFCN, respectively.
We used the resonance RFCN frequency [[sigma].sub.FCN] equal to [s.sub.2], as given by our analysis above (Eq.
Therefore we use only AAM to estimate if there is enough power to produce the observed changes near RFCN frequency.