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Description: A Statistical Analysis of Xray Stress Measurement by the Gaussian CurveFitting Method Volume 9, Issue 5 (September 1981) Simplified equations for calculating peak position and its standard deviation caused by counting statistics, which is a fundamental source of scatter in Xray stress

Description: Abstract Gaussian processes (GPs) provide a principled, practical, probabilistic approach to learning in kernel machines. GPs have received increased attention in the machinelearning community over the past decade, and this book provides a longneeded systematic and unified treatment

Description: This paper proposes a new method for obtaining a linear quadratic Gaussian (LQG) benchmark in terms of the variances of process input and output from closedloop data, for assessing the controller performance. LQG benchmark has been proposed in the literature to assess controller performance since

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Description: ESDU 06009 is the first in a series of Items devoted to fatigue damage under random loading. Introductory concepts associated with acoustic fatigue and with stationary, Gaussian random processes are defined in this Item. The main aim, however, is to provide a method for the estimation

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Description: are also used in anamorphic beam expanders to reduce astigmatism in the laser beam. Many waveguidetype lasers produce astigmatic beams. Since most laser applications require symmetric Gaussian beams, astigmatic beams must be corrected. The usual type of optic used in anamorphic beam expanders
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Description: High Visibility, High Contrast Focusable NonGaussian, Uniform Line Generator Options ESD, OverVoltage, and Reverse Polarity Protection This line of diode modules offers a compact, durable product designed and built to perform reliably under the most adverse industrial conditions
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Measurement of Continuous Surface Shear Stress Vector Distributions (.pdf)
, but no shift. in the wavelength corresponding to this peak intensity was measured, i.e., no color. change occurred. 600. 600. αP = 30°. β = 0°. αP = 30°. Solid lines are Gaussian curve fits. β = 180°. Aligned/no shear. Linear curve fits. 580. 580. τ/τr = 1. 560. 560. 2. (nm). (nm). λ D540. λ D. 4. 540

Prism Compressor for Ultrashort Laser Pulses
The description of the Gaussian pulse given by (1) is intuitive in the sense that it is fairly straightforward to conceptualize a pulse in the time domain. However, when dealing with pulses traveling through dispersive media, it can be problematic to work in the time domain. For example, in order

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that is produced by a diodepumped UV solidstate laser. A beam with a Gaussian cross section has an intensity peak in the center of the beam. The intensity falls off smoothly toward the edges, creating a bellshaped, or Gaussian, curve. Such beams are often preferred in directwrite applications because

Living anionic polymerization of methyl methacrylate
of the profile for the. aggregated PZN/IRG complex and that for Gaussian chains of PMMA. The. molecular weight of the PMMA determined by SANS, 2100 g mol1, was in. agreement with that estimated from gelpermeation chromatography, indicating. that the anionic living chain ends and their counter ions

MICRO:Advanced Process/Equipment Control
data are particularly difficult to monitor using SPC charts, partly because they exhibit erratic behavior and noisiness. While measurement data such as critical dimensions and depths follow a Gaussian, or normal, distribution (the wellknown bellshaped curve), defect data have an asymmetrical

Estimating Period Jitter from Phase Noise
. Since this approach does not directly measure period jitter in the time domain, we cannot make definitive. statements about the peaktopeak values of the period jitter. However, if other evidence suggests that the edge. jitter or period jitter distribution is Gaussian, we can apply the usual

Determining the Frequency of Condition Monitoring tasks
. He markets some software incorporating the model. The problem perhaps for most users is the lack of good data. The wearout probability distribution function is usually modelled on the Gaussian or on Weibull with a large beta. But like any model, it needs plenty of data to fit! The difficult

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of the three variables (ID, OD, and yield stress) are threesigma statistical limits. Using a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, 10,000 tubes were modeled. For each tube, the computer randomly chose an ID, OD, and yield stress, with the variables following a standard Gaussian distribution. Based on each
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Figure 8.20 Surface settlements measured in 23AR001 and settlement troughs described by Gaussian curves ..................................................................373 Figure 8.21 Surface settlements measured in 26AR001 and settlement troughs described by Gaussian curves..................................................................373 Figure 8.22 Surface settlements measured...

Statistics Applied to Clinical Studies
Figure 1.1 lower graph pictures a Gaussian curve , otherwise called normal (distribution) curve.

An Estimation of Hardness of Hardened Steels by XRay Diffraction Using a Gaussian CurveFitting Method
An Estimation of Hardness of Hardened Steels by XRay Diffraction Using a Gaussian Curve Fitting Method .

A Statistical Analysis of Xray Stress Measurement by the Gaussian CurveFitting Method
A Statistical Analysis of Xray Stress Measurement by the Gaussian Curve Fitting Method .

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Modified Gaussian curve describing the settlement distribution (Vorster, .

Comparing different means of signal treatment for improving the detection power in HPLCICPMS
The latter is to be chosen carefully before denoising as the Gaussian curve ’s halfwidth, w0.5, is directly proportional to σ (Eq. 3).

Bias and precision errors of digital particle image velocimetry
Lourenco and Krothapalli (1995) studied the accuracy of four different peak ®nding algo rithms which included: Parabolic and Gaussian curve ®ts using a 3 ´ 3 pixel domain centered on the displacement peak maximum; the Centroid method which consisted of calculating the...

A Depletion Protocol for NonRenewable Natural Resources: Australia as an Example
If one assumes that coal production P(t), follows a Gaussian curve (similar to a Hubbert curve) one can construct a family of Gaussian curves showing possible future paths of P(t) which are consistent with the cited “110 years.�? .