geometric mean


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ge·o·met·ric mean

the mean calculated as the antilogarithm of the arithmetic mean of the logarithms of the individual values; it can also be calculated as the nth root of the product of n values.

geometric mean

See mean.

ge·o·met·ric mean

(jē'ŏ-met'rik mēn)
The mean calculated as the antilogarithm of the arithmetic mean of the logarithms of the individual values; it can also be calculated as the nth root of the product of n values.

geometric mean

The average value of a set of n integers quantities, expressed as the nth root of their product. The geometric mean is used to determine the average of a skewed frequency distribution.

geometric mean

see geometric mean.
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1,5-15] After the imputation, inference about the population geometric mean of the original data proceeds by treating the imputed data as if they were observed.
Other advantages of the union-based index are in what follows: It is constantly feasible for all technologies, It does not need to estimate the geometric mean of two different values, It is circular, When a new time period is added to the data it does not need recalculation, And no longer the benchmark of none of DMUs from the convex combination of two other units in different periods is made.
318) shows that a geometric mean approach to Allen's arc elasticity can be expressed as follows:
The main contribution of this paper is to present a survey of algorithms for computing the matrix geometric mean.
The independence of both sample mass and aspect ratio was examined with geometric mean pressure averaging and is shown in figure 11.
where A and G stands for Arithmetic mean and Geometric mean respectively.
7) Let us consider the weighted geometric mean of unequal positive numbers a & b; G(a, b; p, q) = [a.
Data presented in this study includes geometric mean and standard deviation with data assumed to be logarithmically normally distributed, an idea consistent with the ASAE standard (ASAE, 2003).
To overcome this problem, this report uses the geometric mean of the values at any given distance from the treated wood.
Shown in Figures 2 and 3 are the mean values of elastic stiffness ratio and geometric mean of in-plane elastic stiffness for Vortigen and standard sheets, respectively.

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