abscissa


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the value of a coordinate on the horizontal axis

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5 at a point the abscissa of which is twice the atomic mass of an element [2].
c] and the heat of complete combustion of the volatiles for diglycidylether of bisphenol-A (DGEBA) cured with 2,4-ethylmethyimidazole (4% by weight) and coreacted with brominated-DGEBA (DER 542, Dow Chemical) or blended with tetrabromobisphe-nol-A (TBBA) to obtain the bromine concentrations plotted along the abscissa [32].
We show how to compute upper and lower bounds of the abscissa and ordinate of points on the L-curve and of the curvature of the L-curve at these points.
In program we can control n--the number of points of the profile by modifying the increment q between the abscissa of point P1 and point P2.
Abscissa of cross sections are values divisible by atomic mass of the last element: 0; 205.
Functional T is shift invariant (2) with abscissa homogeneity property (4)
The precise abscissa limits for the spectral ranges were assigned using a subroutine of OPUS 3.
They integrated the area between the spectral window and the cord running through the abscissa limits of the spectrum in the chosen frequency range (950-1850 [cm.
Abscissa is in a logarithmic scale, in order to obtain more visible dependency also for low resistance values.
The ordinate value of each point labeled with an "L" represents the probability that a laboratory result on a specimen from a patient whose true homeostatic lipid mean is at the limit of the desirable range will exceed the limit of the undesirable range under the condition specified by the abscissa, assuming that the patient has the specified CVb and that the laboratory has the NCEP maximum allowable CVa and bias.
In these graph the abscissa represents the initial offset and the ordinate in is the maxiumum transverse stress.
i] - T)/[PHI] (where T is the temperature at crystallization time t, and [PHI] is the cooling rate), the abscissa of temperature can be transformed into a timescale (Fig.
The values of these combinations could then be computed for each newborn and a discriminant plot created by placing the first combinations values on the abscissa and the second combinations values on the ordinate.