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a unit of potential equal to the potential difference between two points on a conductor carrying a current of 1 ampere when the power dissipated between the two points is 1 watt

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A nonstationary GEV model in which the location parameter is estimated as a function of time is recommended to describe the probabilistic structure of extreme minimum air temperature series available from three weather station of the State of Sao Paulo (Campinas, Mococa and, Ribeirao Preto).
2004) ajustaram dados de velocidades maximas de ventos por meio da GEV, num periodo de 43 anos em Piracicaba, Estado de Sao Paulo.
Posteriormente se hace una introduccion a la teoria clasica de valores extremos presentando el modelo GEV y una breve referencia a la metodologia Bayesiana empleada en el ajuste de este modelo.
Since one of our goals in this section is to determine whether the asymptotic distribution of extremes belongs to the domain of attraction of GEV or GPD, the value of [phi] is expected to be between zero and one.
El modo de decaimiento mas importante, si su masa es inferior a 180 GeV, es en dos fermiones, en particular en dos quarks bottom, porque dicho acoplamiento, Higgs fermion fermion, es proporcional a la masa del fermion.
In the case of Hong Kong, for all data sets, the hypothesis that the data follow a GEV distribution cannot be rejected at the 1% level.
The Jefferson Lab contract covers all 86 superconducting cavities for the 12 GeV (12 billion electron volt) upgrade of the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF), for which $65 million of ARRA funding was recently allocated.
Tender notice number : G15/III/EOI 2 nd call GEV SDCA/AGM(Admin)
However, while most hypotheses stuck to the idea of a single particle causing the bump, Kyoungchul Kong and his colleagues from the University of Kansas argued in favor of the existence of a series of particles that decay into photons that are able to "fake" the signal at 750 GeV.
The GFT results indicated GPA was the most appropriate distribution for most of the sites followed by GLO and GEV distributions.
Hooper and his colleagues conclude that annihilations of dark matter particles with a mass between 31 and 40 GeV provide a remarkable fit for the excess based on its gamma-ray spectrum,its symmetry around the galactic center, and its overall brightness.
The GEV has all the flexibility of its three particular types (BLAIN, 2011a and b; CANNON, 2010; COLES, 2001; EL ADLOUNI et al.