minimum deviation


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minimum deviation

The smallest deviation that a prism can produce.
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It can also be seen from Figure 3 that the maximum deviation (6.39%) and the minimum deviation (1.63 x [10.sup.-3] %) occur at about 0.8 days and about 22 days when the top 10 modes are used in the POD model.
The results of the simulation were compared with actual factory experiments and have a good correlation (minimum deviation 0.13%, maximum 8.33%, average error 3.84%) with experimental data from a certified factory laboratory.
9, the maximum average failure load and the minimum deviation occur at the dwelling time of 4.0 s and 1.0 s, respectively.
LBP based technique has shown minimum deviation against Euclidian distance, mean squared error and peak signal to noise ratio.
(4) as the [[tau].sub.i] sampled a wide range of values, the minimum deviation case was revealed.
MAXIMIZATION OF MINIMUM DEVIATION BETWEEN PROJECTED GROUP MEANS AS SECONDARY GOAL
The trajectory computed by algorithm with constant step length achieves minimum deviation that is created at the beginning of trajectory.
It was designed for longer holes with minimum deviation and increased distance between sub-levels.

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