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gaus·si·an

(gows'ē-ăn),
Relating to or described by Johann K F Gauss. See: gaussian curve.

gaus·si·an

(gows'ē-ăn)
Relating to or described by Johann K. F. Gauss.
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From the interpolation results, it was found that the lowest MAE and RMSE is recorded by Kriging (Gaussian) method for all the seasons.
Then, we proposed an adaptive Gaussian mechanism by combining expected data utility with conditional filtering noise.
The biggest advantage of GMM is that it could approximate any PDF with just a few simple forms of Gaussian components, making it convenient for further applications.
Through the detailed study, we study the soliton-effect selfSC for initial Gaussian and secant-hyperbolic pulses.
In [28], a nonsymmetric distribution is modeled by two Gaussian distributions.
The semicircle law is not limited to the Gaussian case; it also holds for Wigner matrices in the large N limit.
In the GLMT framework, the incident Gaussian beam field including the electric and the magnetic fields can be described by the Bromwich Scalar Potentials (BSP) in the spherical coordinate system (r, [theta], [phi]) [10-12].
where n([tau]) is a sample from a colored noise sequence incorporating both dense multipath components (DMCs) and additive Gaussian noise.
where [H.sub.i] means the peak amplitude, [N.sub.i] means the peak time position, and [W.sub.i] means the half-width of each Gaussian wave, as shown in Figure 1.
where [mathematical expression not reproducible] is the variance of the underlying Gaussian process X(t).
All image restoration technique attempts two various types of noise Adaptive weighted median filter is used for removing the Gaussian and salt and pepper noise in retinal image because this filter proves to be the best in terms of all performance metrics.