characteristic curve

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(electronics) graph showing how a particular characteristic of a device varies with other parameters

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As a first step, we need to understand the typical output voltage-current characteristic curves of programmable AC/DC power supplies.
Caption: Figure 3: The receiver operating characteristic curve analysis of myoglobin within 4 h of onset of acute myocardial infarction
The dynamic V-I characteristic curve of the electrical arc obtained by using simulation.
Line 2 is characteristic curve of the fan at the speed [N.
It is evident at every moment in every line and stroke of his drawing, in its characteristic curve and arabesque, its quick certainty and summary insouciance.
The calculated results, based on leading characteristic curve models for bolted jolts, are presented as margins of safety for bearing failure, shear failure, and net tension failure for each plate, as well as the margin of safety for the fastener and sleeve if used.
The other is the characteristic curve based on the model tests, which is generally adopted in the transient simulations.
Area under the curve (AUC) values were then calculated for each receiver operating characteristic curve to determine the overall predicative strength of the associations.
To put that in perspective, when the investigators applied the ACC/ALIA risk calculator tool to the MESA data, the area under the receiver operating characteristic curve was less impressive at 0.
In receiver operating characteristic curve analysis, only AST in both sexes and AFP in women failed to show significant associations with MetS.
15 cc/g or more, a weight average particle size of less than 140 microns, and a differential characteristic curve of pore volume versus adsorption potential by the GAED or equivalent method having a peak value at less than 5 cal/cc.
To assess the utility of Neutrophil Gelatinase-associated Lipocalin measurements at varying cut-off values to predict indications for dialysis, a conventional receiver operating characteristic curve was generated and the area under the curve was calculated.
This curve, called an item characteristic curve (ICC), is assumed to graphically depict the true relationship between the trait and the responses to the item.
As a result, curves that relate the behavior of these devices to the desired virtual values and commonly measured conditions can be used as the basis for virtual sensors, which we call device characteristic curve based (DCCB) virtual sensors.
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