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SQRTSquare Root
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The experimental results for the hyperbolic control scheme for [f.sub.[chi]2] are depicted in Figure 6; the force errors [??] have short transient (approximately 4.5 sec) and a smaller steadystate force error (i = 9 sec) [[0.08, 0.09].sup.T] N than PD, Atan, and Sqrt schemes as can be seen in Figure 6(a).
For the SQRT control algorithm, the parameters are set as k = [1/2], l = [1/2], [alpha] = 1, and [beta] = [1/2].
[V.sub.r](s) = int [min (sqrt (2as), [V.sub.y]], (5)
Rearing effect SQRT DCN Adolescent incretin (df = 1,11) N = 14 pGLP-1 F = 0.27; P = 0.61 F = 5.53#; P = 0.04# Adolescent morphometrics (df = 1,11) N = 14 BMI F = 1.18; P = 0.30 F = 22.48#; P = 0.0006# Circ F = 0.00; P = 0.98 F = 6.80#; P = 0.02# SAD F = 1.69; P = 0.22 F = 17.56#; P = 0.0015# Crl F = 0.20; P = 0.66 F = 3.93; P = 0.07 Bodymass F = 0.20; P = 0.66 F = 16.34#; P = 0.0019# Age F = 0.19; P = 0.66 F = 0.58; P = 0.46 Adolescent glucose metabolism (df = 1,8) N = 11 Insulin (pmol/L) F = 1.62; P = 0.23 F = 6.50#; P = 0.034# Glucose (ng/mL) F = 0.02; P = 0.87 F = 0.29; P = 0.59 IGR F = 0.82; P = 0.39 F = 4.84; P = 0.058 HOMA F = 3.03; P = 0.12 F = 8.77#; P = 0.018# Adolescent lipid profile (mg/dL) (df = 1,11) N = 14 Triglyc.
(3) When the number DataNum of data source node transmits each time is 5, total node number NodeNum = 8 and transmission radius of each node: radius = 3 x sqrt (scale) = 3 x 10 = 30, we test we test the relationship between decoding success probability and Galois field m when three nodes are co-wiretapping.
where ~ indicates a relationship ("modeled as") and * indicates the combination of the factors sqrt (age) + sex and the interaction of sqrt (age) by sex.
The Sqrt is intended to be replaced with the square root sign.
for ( int t = 1; t < 1000; t ++ ) { double B = C = 1; for ( int u = 1; u < 500; u ++ ) { if ( a >= b) B=B+q1,C=C- sqrt([q.sub.2]) ; if ( b >= a ) C=C+[q.sub.2] , B=B- q1 ; if ( B*B - C > [R] ) Si = B - sqrt ( B*B - C ) ; i++ , m[ i ] = [S.sub.i] ; } } } [FIGURE 9 OMITTED]
CL = CELLULOSE, CM = COTTONSEED MEAL, WG = WHEAT GERM, RC = REGRESSION COEFFICIENT, SQRT = SQUARE ROOT, P = PROBABILITY OF A GREATER F VALUE (P-VALUES IN BOLD ARE SIGNIFICANT, A = 0.05).
For the linear-regression analysis, the authors applied the square root transformation (SQRT) to the dengue incidence data to stabilize the variance with increasing numbers of dengue cases and to linearize curvilinear relationships with the corresponding climatological variables.
function solve() { sind = dy/dr; //calc sin (arg [DELTA]) argd = Math.acos(dx/dr); //calc arg [DELTA] for quad 1 or 2 if (sind < 0) {argd = -argd}; //correct for quad 3 or 4 sr = Math.sqrt(dr); //find sqrt mod([DELTA]) sx = sr*Math.cos(argd/2); //x-coord of s halving arg([DELTA]) sy = sr*Math.sin(argd/2);} //y-coord of s