In 1938, physicist Frank Benford (1) observed that for a great number of interesting databases, the numbers are not arithmetically distributed but instead are logarithmically
In addition, the capacity grows logarithmically
with the number of BS antennas Nr without bound.
68) (a) Intrameasurement procedure CV calculated from the SD of the logarithmically
transformed results (SD,) of the 32 native individual samples ("S" in online Supplemental Table 1).
Crowd size was clearly the strongest predictor of HA; there was little or no HA for crowd sizes less than about 20,000, beyond which HA increased logarithmically
to 66% at attendances of 80,000.
Multivariate analysis using General Linear Model (GLM) was performed with adjustments for gender, diabetes, age, BMI, equivalent dose and logarithmically
transformed length of treatment.
This challenges the idea that mammalian brains perceive numbers logarithmically
and may help researchers better understand how human beings process numbers.
where the loop integral is logarithmically
UV divergent [varies] log(1/r) as the cut-off radius r [right arrow] 0.
The power of technology has increased logarithmically
The number of reads assigned to each node in NCBI taxonomic tree is scaled logarithmically
This realignment occurs again with cooling after assembly and the passage of time, so much so that its dielectric constant changes logarithmically
In that case, using the value of 50 deaths per 100,000 person-years in 1983 and the value of about 2 in 2002 gives a suppression rate of more than 25-fold--"more than" because cancer incidence increases logarithmically
with age, so the death rate should have increased with time, rather than decreasing.
For the first analysis, the indifference points of individual participants were fit using Equation 1, (4) and the resulting k values were then transformed logarithmically