Gompertz

Gom·pertz

(gom'pĕrtz),
Benjamin, English actuary, 1779-1865. See: Gompertz hypothesis, Gompertz law.
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(2002) found the Gompertz model appropriate for Suffolk sheep whereas Topal et al.
In an interview with US National Public Radio, Skyhorse's Editorial Director Mark Gompertz said he had a team of nine people available to proofread "throughout the day and night if that's what it takes."
In an interview with US National Public Radio, Skyhorse's Editorial Director Mark Gompertz said he had a team of nine people available to proofread 'throughout the day and night if that's what it takes.' 'We have our typesetters sitting here doing it in a proper typographical way.
Several models (Brody, Logistic, Gompertz, Von Bertalanffy, Gamma and cubic polynomial) have been proposed to explain the biological growth of animals (Lucena, 2017; Lucena, Holanda, Holanda, & Sousa, 2017; Nascimento, Ribeiro, Rocha, & Lucena, 2017; Souza et al., 2011).
The aim of this study was to evaluate the adjustment of nonlinear Brody, Gompertz, Logistic and Von Bertalanffy models in the description of pequi fruit growth considering the autoregressive structure for errors based on their physical characteristics.
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Los modelos utilizados fueron el modelo unificado de Richard (U-Richards), el unificado de von Bertalanffy (U-von Bertalanffy), el Logistico unificado (U-Logistico) y el unificado de Gompertz (U-Gompertz):
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The shifted Gompertz distribution was introduced by Bemmaor [1] in 1994 as a model of adoption of innovations.
The Gompertz and Logistic growth models were effective in describing the cacao fruit development (MUNIZ et al., 2017), and the fruits of the cashew tree (MUIANGA et al., 2016), dopequi (FERNANDES et al., 2015), and coffee tree (FERNANDES et al., 2014), giving satisfactory results, for all instances.