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Deciding whether to use raster or vector analysis will depend on several things, including the availability of data and whether the analysis techniques that are available will answer the question.
The following example illustrates the vector analysis performed by the concept matcher for a simple ICD-9 dictionary (Medicode 1999).
Vector analysis may, consequently, aid managers by assuring that all their major strategic possibilities are compared before they make decisions.
Vector analysis showed no statistically significant difference between two groups.
Two content vector analysis programs used to predict scores, EssayContent and ArgContent, have been compared.
The topics are infinite series; parametric equations, polar coordinates, and conic sections; vector geometry; the calculus of vector-valued functions; differentiation in several variables; multiple integration; line and surface integrals; and fundamental theorems of vector analysis.
Quantity: broadcasting monitoring, monitoring of print media (providing scans of printed media), thematic press clipping (optional on certain topics), information about the negative references of the National Bank of Ukraine and the National Bank of Ukraine in the media in real time, information Picture Of The Day / the most important news of the day, the week picture information with rated resonance information events connected with the National Bank of Ukraine, in terms of reputation and vector analysis mentions the National bank of Ukraine with commercial banks (weekly), weekly monitoring of regional publications of classification by regions origin publications, media audit information of the Na 26/02/2015
Spectacle correction was given at end of a week and surgically induced astigmatism calculated at the end of 6 weeks by Vector analysis as described by Jaffe and Clayman.
In sections on vector analysis, complex analysis, and Fourier analysis, they consider such topics as gradient vector fields, the divergence theorem, complex integration, Fourier series, and applications to ordinary and partial differential equations.
Two appendices provide discussions on units and dimensions, and vector analysis.
It covers vector analysis, electrostatics, electrostatic boundary value problems, formal and microscopic theories of dielectric electrostatics and magnetism and matter, electrostatic energy, steady currents and their magnetism, induction, magnetic energy, circuits with nonsteady currents, Maxwell's equations, radiation, electromagnetic boundary value problems, and the special theory of relativity.