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114 Exponent and Logarithm Problems: From the AwesomeMath Summer Program
More precisely, we will prove for all such flows that every nonatomic ergodic measure whose Lyapunov exponents off the flow direction are all negative is supported on an attracting periodic orbit.
Data for MA and MB were log10-transformed and Model Type II (reduced major axis, RMA) regression analysis was used to determine the scaling exponents (aRMA) and allometric constants (log bRMA) (Niklas, 1994, 2005, 2006; Falster et al.
It should be noticed that the number of visitors and exponents from China increased, as well as the stands of the Indian and Iranian companies appeared.
To characterize many properties of system (1) characteristics exponents, for example the Lyapunov, Perron, Bohl, general exponents maybe used.
The aim of this study was to investigate the accuracy of generally used wind shear Power law (1/7 power law) and site specific WSC for exponents and its influence on the power production of a wind turbine, payback period and cost of energy.
Our data indicates that there are two Saudi stocks with large Hurst exponents and one with a low Hurst value among the three major stocks investigated.
Similarly, while an SU periodically broadcasts a message containing its ID and position, the directions from other SUs help the central SU to divide its surrounding space into sectors, where the central SU is the SU that calculates the path loss exponents of the links; any SU can play this role during calibration of the path loss exponent.
The Gundecha Brothers are leading exponents of Dhrupad, a vocal genre in Hindustani classical music said to be the oldest still in use in that musical tradition.
n[member of]N] [member of] S is said to be a sequence of exponents of convergence of a sequence a = ([a.
It depends to be seen if the Hurst exponents are different during the rise and the fall as normally markets are quick to fall but slow to rise.
Saturation exponents were varied for the models and a critical query was done to validate which exponent value will be appropriate for the two typical units that are often encountered in clastic reservoirs.