Matejicka, "Proof of one optimal inequality for generalized logarithmic
, arithmetic, and geometric means," Journal of Inequalities and Applications, vol.
In this study, we analytically showed that the logarithmic
average sales of firms first follow a power-law growth and subsequently an exponential growth, if the growth-rate distributions of the sales obey the extended-Gibrat's property and Gibrat's law.
In other words, the relative radius of the roller needs to be shorter than the relative radii of the output and input discs at any point on the Logarithmic
and Archimedean spirals have very different properties.
During the congestion avoidance phase, the A-LIAD protocol performs a logarithmic
increase step, adjusting its increasing rate adaptively according to its RTT after a delay-based max-probing step, followed by an adaptive decrease step when a packet loss is detected based on the reception of three consecutive duplicate ACKs.
Kids increasingly flock to logarithmic
sports, like soccer, over exponential sports, like baseball.
The compression function of the [mu]-law logarithmic
quantizer is defined with the following expression
Therefore, the logarithmic
pattern response of HR established the best fit to describe a response characterized by a powerful, rapid rise followed by a leveling off as steady state is reached to signal the transition into Phase II.
1 In , Cao and Yi have obtained the following lemma but with no mention of the existence of finite logarithmic
Figure 2 shows the dynamic logarithmic
gains in responses of the metabolite concentrations to an infinitesimal change at t=0 in each independent variable in the methionine cycle at the nominal steady state under the regulation of CBS by AdoMet, i.
Recognising the relationship that results from the composition of inverse functions leads to understanding the logarithmic
function as a key tool for solving exponential equations.
The resulting data were asymetrically distributed and were normalized by logarithmic
transformation and analyzed by 5-yr age grouping (e.