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something that is likely to vary

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a star that varies noticeably in brightness

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a symbol (like x or y) that is used in mathematical or logical expressions to represent a variable quantity

liable to or capable of change

marked by diversity or difference

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(used of a device) designed so that a property (as e.g. light) can be varied

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In essence, the proposed spatial variable provides a method to quantify the quality of "big water" views (or the lack thereof) in residential property markets.
A nonlinear random forest model was used to estimate the relationship between several spatial variables and maximum air temperature at 59 local weather stations on the days of the Landsat images.
In order to exhibit the advantages of the QSC-PDC method, we perform the classical parareal method for system (64), and the spatial variable is also discretized by optimal QSC.
When excluding municipalities, we create empty spaces in the spatial weight matrix, which will affect the coefficients of the spatial variables to some degree; not accounting for the missing municipalities' effects may bias the coefficient, making the potential spatial effects smaller.
The spatial factors consisted of nine spatial variables constructed from the xy coordinates of each plot site.
We also investigated the effect of 1) 3 water masses, the South Atlantic Central Water (SACW), Coastal Water (CW), and Mixed Water (M), and 2) a set of environmental and spatial variables on the SBB pelagic fish assemblages.
Explicit solution of (4), (5) can be obtained using the method of integral transforms [4] by all spatial variables (x,y,z) and not touching time argument t that is accepted as the main one.
Therefore, this scheme can achieve fourth order accuracy for both temporal and spatial variables.
In addition, among the four major sets of factors above, this study finds that the institutional variables as well as the spatial variables are two of the most important factors affecting Chinese regional unemployment rates.
Maddison (2006) is the only study to consider these spatial variables, but he excludes the other three globalization variables.
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