In this section, we discuss the effect of the naive imputation method on the geometric mean
in the presence of a detection limit.
Since CRS biennial technology including both t and t +1 periods is used, there is no need to use any kind of geometric mean
A variant formulation for the scalar case of geometric mean
could be expressed by
Given the existing data showing that our LOS for Medicare patients was, on average, two days above the geometric mean
, we initially set our eligibility criteria for participation in ER call to be < 2.0 days above the geometric mean
(5) Table 2 shows geometric mean
titer antibody responses in ACTG participants, ATN participants, and the HIV-negative comparison group.
The next section shows that small percentage changes in price lead to negligible differences in elasticity estimates between the isoelastic approach and the geometric mean
The TBC geometric mean
and median in bacteriologically negative quarters were 12,000 and 10,000cfu [mL.sup.-1], respectively.
In order to perform calculations on these matrices, such as averaging and interpolation, we need algorithms that preserve the structure of the data, such as positive definiteness, which is one of the useful properties of the geometric mean
. Another property of this mean provides advantages in the area of elasticity calculations of structures .
Following incubation, distinct non-overlapping bacterial colonies on each plate were counted and geometric mean
bacterial densities for each site and sampling date were estimated as colony forming units per milliliter.
As anticipated, the cost data were skewed and were normalised by logarithmic transformation (requiring the use of geometric means
in the descriptive analysis).
Our results revealed that the geometric mean
mass of vertebrate prey (267.8 g) at Oasis La Campana was somewhat higher than reported by Jaksic and Braker (1983; 202.4 [+ or -] 1.5 g) and Jimenez and Jaksic (1993; 257.1 [+ or -] 4.0 g) for pre-Andean areas of central Chile, and markedly higher than reported by Figueroa and Gonzalez-Acuna (2006; 85.4 [+ or -] 5.1 g) for southern Chile.
Several methods of averaging axial forces or pressures have been reported, including arithmetic, integral and geometric mean
. These are found in equations 8-10.