• Damping in Structural Dynamics: Theory and Sources | …

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  • Know about gear transmission torque | KHK

    In other words, torque T is the factor determined by L (the distance from the center of rotation) and load F. 3. How to determine torque transmission (without regard to machine efficiency) A gear''s transmission torque changes as it increases or decreases speed.

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  • Cp, Cpk, Cm, Cmk, control limits

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  • One-way ANOVA | When and How to Use It (With Examples)

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  • Euclidean Distance

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  • Factor Analysis

    Factor analysis is a technique that is used to reduce a large number of variables into fewer numbers of factors. This technique extracts maximum common variance from all variables and puts them into a common score. As an index of all variables, we can use this score for further analysis. Factor analysis is part of general linear model (GLM) and ...

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  • Normalization (statistics)

    For other uses, see Normalizing constant. In statistics and applications of statistics, normalization can have a range of meanings.[1] In the simplest cases, normalization of ratings means adjusting values measured on different scales to a notionally common scale, often prior to averaging. In more complicated cases, normalization may refer to ...

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  • Upsample — PyTorch 1.10.0 documentation

    Upsample. Upsamples a given multi-channel 1D (temporal), 2D (spatial) or 3D (volumetric) data. The input data is assumed to be of the form minibatch x channels x [optional depth] x [optional height] x width . Hence, for spatial inputs, we expect a 4D Tensor and for volumetric inputs, we expect a 5D Tensor.

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  • What is a Correction Factor?

    This definition explains the meaning of Correction Factor and why it matters. Let''s Make Workplaces Safer! Subscribe to the Safeopedia newsletter to stay on top of current industry trends and up-to-date know-how from subject matter authorities.

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  • Laboratory Monitoring of Anticoagulation

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  • Find Impact Factor of Journal Online | Impact Factor Search …

    Search Engine for checking Journal Impact Factor. You can check Impact Factor of Journals, ISSN, number of citations, publisher, ranking and other important details of more than 15000 journals and conferences from over 4,000 international publishers in different

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  • Normalized Function, Normalized Data and Normalization

    Other functions can be normalized by finding the norm. Watch the video for an example of how to find the normalization factor: Can''t see the video? Click here. Köthe (2012) defines a normalized function as a function h(c) having bounded variation on [0,1] with h ...

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  • Fama French Five Factor Asset Pricing Model

     · The Fama-French five-factor model which added two factors, profitability and investment, came about after evidence showed that the three-factor model was an inadequate model for expected returns because it''s three factors overlook a lot of the variation in average returns related to profitability and investment (Fama and French, 2015).

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  • Quantitative Trading: Metalabeling and the duality between cross-sectional and time-series factors

     · There are generally two types of factors: cross-sectional vs time-series. If you are modeling stock returns, cross-sectional factors are variables that are specific to an individual stock, such as its earnings yield, dividend yield, etc. In our previous blog post, we described how we provide 40 such factors to our subscribers for backtesting and live predictions.

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  • edgeR: differential analysis of sequence read count data User''s …

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  • Factorial Designs

    Summary. Factorial design has several important features. First, it has great flexibility for exploring or enhancing the "signal" (treatment) in our studies. Whenever we are interested in examining treatment variations, factorial designs should be strong candidates as the designs of choice. Second, factorial designs are efficient.

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  • Normalization Formula | Step By Step Guide with Calculation …

    Guide to Normalization Formula. Here we discuss how to normalize the given values along with calculation examples and downloadable excel template. x (normalized) = 0.42 The value of 11.69 in the given data set can be converted on the scale of (0,1) as 0.42.

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  • Statistical significance

    A statistically significant result isn''t attributed to chance and depends on two key variables: sample size and effect size. Sample size refers to how large the sample for your experiment is. The larger your sample size, the more confident you can be in the result of the experiment (assuming that it is a randomized sample).

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  • CALCULATING OCCUPANT LOAD

    The occupant load factors used for each room come from Table 7.3.1.2 in NFPA 101, Life Safety Code. CALL CENTER 50 ft x 25 ft = 1,250 ft 2 1,250 ft2/50 ft2 per person = 25 people CONFERENCE ROOM Subtract cabinets: (75 ft – 5 ft) x (50 ft – 5 ft) = 70 ft x 2 ...

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  • What Is Design of Experiments (DOE)? | ASQ

    Chapter 3 is excerpted from DOE Simplified: Practical Tools for Effective Experimentation, 2nd Edition by Mark Anderson and Patrick Whitcomb, 3-1 Chapter 3: Two-Level Factorial Design If you do not expect the unexpected, you will not find ...

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  • Journal of Analytical Science and Technology | Home page

     · 2.769 - 2-year Impact Factor 0.963 - Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) 0.369 - SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) Usage 232,131 downloads 14 Altmetric mentions More about our metrics Advertisement Support and Contact Jobs Language editing for ...

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  • Factorial Designs

    Your final formula will look like: safety stock = (standard deviation)* (service factor)* (lead-time factor)* (order cycle factor)* (forecast-to-mean-demand factor). There is not a general consensus on the formulas for these factors; in fact, many calculations do not even acknowledge the need for them.

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  • Confusing Statistical Terms #5: Covariate

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  • Kruskal-Wallis Test: Definition, Formula, and Example

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  • machine learning

     · I''ve only encountered the term in machine learning contexts (that is, contexts where one is interested in accurate predictions and not necessarily theoretical inferences), but the concept can be applied to any statistical model. (My) definition: Variable importance refers to how much a given model "uses" that variable to make accurate predictions.

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  • QUALITATIVE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS (QCA)

    combinations of factors, rather than on any one individual factor; and secondly that different combinations of factors can produce similar changes (Ragin 1984). QCA is designed for use with an intermediate number of cases – typically between 10 and 50. It

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  • Appendix C: Cost Estimating Methodologies

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  • Safety Stock Calculation

    Your final formula will look like: safety stock = (standard deviation)* (service factor)* (lead-time factor)* (order cycle factor)* (forecast-to-mean-demand factor). There is not a general consensus on the formulas for these factors; in fact, many calculations do not even acknowledge the need for them.

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  • DESeq2: vignettes/DESeq2.Rmd

     · DESeq2 provides a function collapseReplicates which can assist in combining the counts from technical replicates into single columns of the count matrix. The term technical replicate implies multiple sequencing runs of the same library. You should not collapse biological replicates using this function.

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  • Capacity utilization

    Capacity utilization or capacity utilisation is the extent to which a firm or nation employs its installed productive capacity is the relationship between output that is produced with the installed equipment, and the potential output which could be …

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