MPi can be defined as marginal productivity of investment in per capita term in

logarithmic scale and depicted by d Inv/d Ini = (dv/di)(i/v) implying a product of marginal productivity of investment in per capita terms and investment intensity which can be called "marginal productivity of investment with intensity.

Using data from a group of people completing the measure, it is possible to estimate this level of ability (the person parameter) and place this along an interval

logarithmic scale (figure 1).

Since magnitudes are given on a

logarithmic scale, an 8.

This may not sound like much but since decibels are based on a

logarithmic scale, an increase of only three dB results in doubling of intensity.

The IM parameter based B-scan map is presented using 0,08 normalized cut-off frequency 2nd order low pass filtering and

logarithmic scale.

In an adjusted multivariate analysis, each 1-unit increase in childhood triglyceride level on a natural

logarithmic scale was associated with a 5.

A near-linear dependence of RMS roughness with the measurement length scale (L) is found on a double

logarithmic scale, i.

However, it is often more informative to explore age-specific incidence rates by logarithmic plots The age-specific rates were graphically analyzed on a

logarithmic scale and plotted as the log age-specific rate versus the log age at diagnosis (Figure 3).

However, any

logarithmic scale does the same job (Williams, 1964).

Like most human sense organs, the ear exhibits a response based on a

logarithmic scale for both level and frequency.

GMTs of antibody and their confidence intervals were computed by transforming the results to a

logarithmic scale, assuming asymptotic normality conditions were satisfied on the scale and converting back to the original scale.

This continuous,

logarithmic scale is not intended for the general public; it's designed for use by NEO specialists to quantify and prioritize the potential risks posed by such bodies (see http://neo.