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The proposed procedure is utilized to identify coherency information for generation rescheduling to initiate preventive control.
The time slices through the coherency volume (Figures 4 and 5) reflect that all faults strike NW-SE.
There are several coherency models presented between the excitation points such as Hao model, Harichandran-Vanmarcke model, QWW model, Luco-Wong model, and Kiureghian model, and all of them are conditionally suitable for ground motion in general.
We have to force coherency through his individual education plan.
Coherency clustering of generators in a large interconnected power system can be used to provide an indication of the system's margin to voltage instability.
(1) Read the full PolSAR image and the main diagonal elements of the polarimetric coherency matrix [T11, T22, T33], and extract span image.
The effects of multicomponent ground motions, correlations among multicomponent ground motions, wave travel, coherency loss, and local site on the responses of the cables are investigated using nonlinear time history analysis method, respectively.
In Figure 6, various CHSs and the corresponding coherency graphs are shown.
"Regime collapse will occur only when it loses its central governing effectiveness and the coherency of is military."
As for the impact of the Syrian developments on the Lebanese government, he said the latter was formed as per a Syrian decision and executed by Hezbollah, with no coherency between its components.
RADICAL COHERENCY: SELECTED ESSAYS ON ART AND LITERATURE, 1966 TO 2005, BY DAVID ANTIN.
More importantly, he brings context, depth, and coherency to the topic by not merely rehashing the bloody deeds of the usual suspects but by focusing on how those deeds and suspects influenced the final verdict in 1865.