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This allows comprehensive, multi-point air temperature/velocity measurements to be linearly provided to analog-based instruments.
Lemma 1: Under Bijective Linear Transformation, linearly separable patterns in Euclidean Space are mapped to linearly separable patterns in the transform space.
As a result, the twist of a circularly polarized wave will be flattened into a steady, linearly polarized wiggle, which another layer of sensory cells can then detect.
The measured neutron fluencies for the four polyethylene converters vary linearly with thickness.
Typical controls adjust screw rpm linearly when slowing down for reel changes, resulting in offspec product.
Results: Yield strength and ultimate strength increased linearly as the surface area-to-volume ratio increases for a ferritic ductile iron casting.
An analysis of the capacitance-voltage results indicates that the diodes at a bias of 8V-12V are linearly graded junction; however, at higher voltages the junction appea rs to be a step junction.
Researchers at Leiden University Medical Center (Leiden, Netherlands) compared data from 80 persons overage 85 who suffered a fatal stroke with data from 82 controls in the same age group, finding a baseline CRP level in the stroke patients that was twice that of the control group; the risk of death from noncardiovascular disease also increased linearly with CRP levels.
The unit features a half-watt rating to 700 ambient (derated linearly at 0.
In fact, Sams's forty-two pages of proposed canonical links - arranged alphabetically with each entry linked concurrently to several texts - lend to the idea that Shakespeare did not write his plays linearly from first line to last, nor did he produce one text after another chronologically, but instead that he was a reviser, who constantly thought in terms of joining together discrete elements from all his texts, thus creating what can best be called a hypertextual - yet cohesive - narrative to his composing process, a method in which he displayed any number of relationships at once.
n](F) with coefficients in F; Let L be the linear form in n+1 variables defining H, that is [Mathematical Expressions Omitted], where P is the projection map; For , a set of linear forms in n+1 variables which are pairwise linearly independent, we denote by [(L).

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