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Synonyms for factor

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Synonyms for factor

one of the individual entities contributing to a whole

one of the conditions or facts attending an event and having some bearing on it

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Synonyms for factor

one of two or more integers that can be exactly divided into another integer

any of the numbers (or symbols) that form a product when multiplied together

an independent variable in statistics

be a contributing factor

consider as relevant when making a decision

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Time plots of the magnitudes of the broadside E-field and the source-induced charge of the 599-segment dipole as a function of time to exhibit their proportionality with the a source acceleration factor [AF.sub.S] of 29.4.
where [C.sup.prot.sub.1] and [C.sup.prot.sub.2] are the coefficients in the expression of the mass-loss rate of the actual rocks, respectively; [v.sub.1] and [v.sub.2] are the power exponents of the acceleration factor corresponding to [C.sup.prot.sub.1] and [C.sup.prot.sub.2], respectively, both of which depend on the Talbol power exponent, n, and the initial porosity, [[phi].sub.0].
Caption: Figure 9: Reconstruction results of 30-channel cardiac dataset using GRAPPA, CC-GRAPPA, CC-RP-GRAPPA, CGLS- GRAPPA, CC-CGLS-GRAPPA, CC-RP-CGLS-GRAPPA, HGD-GRAPPA, CC-HGD-GRAPPA, and CC-RP-HGD-GRAPPA with acceleration factor ([A.sub.F]) = 5, kernel size 4 x 5, and 48 ACS lines.
The acceleration factor [[alpha].sub.k,0] is a constant that does not change with [t.sub.k] if and only if the relationship of the parameters is satisfied with
Normalized [R.suc.D] over one year [R.sub.D] prediction model Miami, Eyring 1.00 Miami, Peck 1.03 Phoenix, Eyring 0.04 Phoenix, Peck 0.07 Acceleration factor Accelerated conditions Eyring Peck 8585 23.7 23.1 6586 9.5 9.3 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Parameters m" [eta]" SSE BGA 1.658 (1.087, 2.229) 2919 0.0059 FBGA 1.769 (1.762,1.776) 3073 0.00096 Parameters R-square RMSE BGA 0.9709 0.0385 FBGA 0.9947 0.0126 Table 5: Parameters for acceleration factor calculations.
The accelerated tests don't need to be realized by increasing the restrain in relation to the conditions of exploitation, unless the acceleration factor is known and controlled.
Clech asserts that Pb-free solder joint acceleration factor
By using combinations of durability events and speeds over the events, different acceleration factors (the acceleration factor is the ratio of real-world miles to proving-grounds miles for the equivalent damage) can be obtained.
The transmission, copied from the S-type R is going to be tweaked, the acceleration factor will be marginally increased and the headlights will be altered.
Furthermore, modest increases in localization error were not necessarily attributable exclusively to the acceleration factor. It is possible that several other factors contributed to the localization errors, including diminished psychomotor coordination, degraded vision, attentional deficits resulting from distraction caused by +[G.sub.z] exposure, and combinations of these factors.
[11] The trading propensity assumption is sometimes referred to as the acceleration factor.[12] The proportionality assumption treats the acceleration factor as equal to one.
Nd = number of devices, Nh = number of hours of test, A = acceleration factor between the test temperature (Ttest) and the operating temperature To.