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1 %) performed in the polynomial curve fitting process.
A spline curve is a set of polynomial curves joined together with a degree of continuity (in the derivatives).
A single amplification at one competitor concentration can also be used to distinguish between amplified and nonamplified samples after the representative polynomial curves are known.
A baseline profile is generated on an area of the pipe which is free from corrosion, and a polynomial curve fit is calculated to approximate the ideal pipe profile.
DIAMONDTRON NF (Natural Flat) CRT -- Mitsubishi has applied a calculated polynomial curve to the internal screen surface and aperture grille that, in essence, pre-distorts the image, compensating optically for the concave effect.
Polynomial curve is used in curve fitting problem generally, and the polynomial curve is discussed in plane as before.
2007) and is based on polynomial curve fits of important variables.
DIAMONDTRON NF (Natural Flat) CRT -- As in all of the NF designs, Mitsubishi has applied a calculated polynomial curve to the internal screen surface and aperture grille which, in essence, pre-distorts the image, compensating optically for the refraction of light passing through the CRT glass which causes the concave effect that other flat CRTs exhibit.
DIAMONDTRON NF (Natural Flat) CRT-Mitsubishi has applied a calculated polynomial curve to the internal screen surface and aperture grille that, in essence, pre-distorts the image, compensating optically for the concave effect.
DIAMONDTRON NF (Natural Flat) CRT -- Mitsubishi has applied a calculated polynomial curve to the internal screen surface and aperture grille which, in essence, pre-distorts the image, compensating optically for the refraction of light passing through the CRT glass which causes the concave effect that other flat CRTs exhibit.
Mitsubishi has applied a calculated polynomial curve to the internal screen surface and the aperture grille which, in essence, pre-distorts the image, compensating optically for the concave effect.