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Consequently, the animal has to compensate by scaling back its metabolism according to a 3/4 exponent.
Where only one dimension of the objects was varied, the mean exponent of the five kinds of objects ranged between 0.
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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.
Niklas (2005) conducted a study using a large database (1406 data entries for 257 species) and found that the scaling exponent for non-woody plants and juvenile woody species agreed reasonably well with an isometric scaling relationship.
Geneva Wood had just moved to the area recently and she told The Exponent Telegram that her "husband heard screams and crying.
In general, the participants of TransRussia give positive assessment to the exhibition, they point out activity of exponents, interesting meetings with prospect clients and development of new directions and types of services.
Filiptsov, "Computation of the maximal lower perron exponent of a linear system," Differential Equations, vol.
In this paper, the power law exponent for three sites located over coastal sites in South of Pakistan, i.
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Exponent and ICG were advised by Houlihan Lokey, Perella Weinberg Partners and Spayne Linday and legally represented by Allen and Overy.
Honda Motor Company (NYSE: HMC)(TYO: 7267), a Japan-based automaker, has chosen Exponent, a United States-based engineering consulting company enlisted by Toyota Motor Corp during its recall crisis in 2010.