Step 4: After the coherency
and stability assessment, initiate the preventive control as suggested by the proposed method.
Figures 7-9 illustrate vertical transects with the interpreted faults, while Figures 10 and 11 show picked faults on the uninterpreted time slices (Figures 4 and 5) at 1000, 1200, 1400, and 1600 ms through the coherency
models of QWW are displayed in Figure 6.
A literature survey carried out showed that very few literature exists on coherency
grouping for voltage stability assessment.
Here, [[SIGMA]] stands for the polarimetric coherency
matrix of the cluster center i, [T] stands for the polarimetric coherency
matrix of the unknown point.
An empirical coherency
loss function derived from SMART-1 array is used in the paper 16].
Figure 8 shows the coherency
and phase functions between the estimated MAT (filtered DAT, using Equation 8) and a number of MATs for no-fault, reverse actuator fault, and stuck damper fault conditions (using Equation 9).
Perhaps the most radical coherency
offered by David Antin's book of "essays on art and literature" is his interspersing of talk pieces, edited transcripts of extemporaneous speeches that Antin usually publishes as poetry, with more formal criticism.
, M and N must be integers and mutually prime.
Borrowing from the Prodigy and Rage Against The Machine on their few moments of coherency
may have done the trick for fans but for the rest of us, judging by the post-gig discussions, Sleigh Bells are a loathe-them-or-love-them-band.
Initial multicore chip architectures depended on a set of protocols that assures that each core has the same view of the system's memory, a technique called cache coherency
The key standard arguments on empire are efficiently summarized, and each chapter consolidates quite well-worn arguments and perspectives, a technique that lends coherency
and a trajectory to the overall impression made by this book.