However, the logistic curves
showed the best performance both in the convergence properties and the convergence weight (Table2).
As the vehicle speed decreases from high to low, [d.sup.sig.sub.n] also decreases, resulting in the CB-SB zones and logistic curves
moving toward the intersection.
Values of the parameters of the selectivity logistic curves
, selectivity size, and selectivity interval for male and female crabs.
Phillips (2007) showed (following Modis (2002)) that logistic curves
have no tipping points, but that the Bass model can be interpreted in a way that manifests a tipping point early in the life of the growth curve, though this tipping point is far from the inflection point.
The standard model still could be applicable because the increase in skipped spawning occurred at younger ages (4-15), the logistic curves
reached 100% around age 12 (close to age 15), and fish commonly reach ages >50.
(3) The cumulative probability distribution of failure of the electrical components in distribution networks summarized in  is consistent with logistic curves
. The generalized logistic distribution function was assumed as the logarithmic time to the failure of the electrical insulation equipment .
For this purpose we employ the Bi-Logistic curve which is the sum of two Logistic curves
Sigmoid (S) shaped or logistic curves
predict the carrying capacity which is the population that is sustainable in an environment.
Furthermore, the logistic curves
all show a relatively flat peak, with a pronounced "hang time" near the peak.
The field data for BegShed, MaxShed, EndShed, and Silking of each treatment population were fit to standard logistic curves
of the form:
The Gompertz and logistic curves
are the two most widely used specifications of S-curves.