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scalogram

(skā′lə-grăm′)
n.
A diagram displaying the results of a survey, designed to determine whether the items form a scale for measuring some particular factor.
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Multiple scaling: the theory and application of Partial Order Scalogram Analysis.
The results obtained in this section support periodicities acquired from scalogram in section CW Analysis.
Equation (7) shows the inner scalogram of f at a scale s.
Furthermore, two linear time-frequency transformations are used as image input to the CNN architecture: short-time Fourier transform spectrogram and wavelet transform (WT) scalogram. One nonlinear nonparametric time-frequency transformation is also examined: Hilbert-Huang transformation (HHT).
(12,13) One such technique is the scalogram in which an area is ranked based on Indicators.
In gearbox health monitoring and fault detection, the scalogram based parameter (frequency variation) provides the most useful basis for monitoring of localized pitting gear damage [15].
Figure 5 describes the scalogram of the local errors between POD, POD-DEIM, and T-Z FD spherical SWE solutions, where we used 60 DEIM points to estimate the nonlinear terms.
Para analizar las respuestas de los participantes respecto a la percepcion que tienen sobre la influencia de las NTIC a partir de sus ocupaciones o roles sociales se uso la escala multidimensional POSA (por sus siglas del ingles correspondientes a partial order scalogram analysis) (Shye, 1985).
Para evaluar esta hipotesis el estudio se valio del programa POSAC (Pardal Ordering Scalogram Analysis, Shye, 1988), el cual toma como referencia el valor de las medias de calificaciones que asigno cada grupo de participantes a cada una de las reglas.