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# The measured total noise per bandwidth unit at the input or output of a device when the signal is not present.
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# Do the eight weighings according to the following schedule and let Y < sub > i </ sub > be the measured difference for i =
# lossy data compression: allocates bits needed to reconstruct the data, within a specified fidelity level measured by a distortion function.
# Quality of the student's senior-year program, as measured by the type and number of academic courses in progress or planned.
# In asynchronous data transmission, the ratio of ( a ) the absolute value of the maximum measured difference between the actual and theoretical intervals separating any significant instant of modulation ( or demodulation ) from the significant instant of the start element immediately preceding it to ( b ) the unit interval.
# The calculated or measured noise power, within the bandwidth being used, at the receive end of a circuit, channel, link, or system.
# The value of noise power, from all sources, measured at the line terminals of a telephone set's receiver.
# The time between entry of a message into a communications system and receipt of the message at the terminating communications facility, i. e., the communications facility serving the addressee, as measured by the system.
# The patient is then given a measured dose ( below ) of glucose solution to drink within a 5 minute time frame.
# Measurement of Risk: A set of measured uncertainties where some possible outcomes are losses, and the magnitudes of those losses – this also includes loss functions over continuous variables.
# The absorbency or fluorescence or electrochemical signal ( e. g., current ) of the plate wells is measured to determine the presence and quantity of antigen.
# ( Solemnly and measured, without dragging ), ( very simple, like a folk-tune ), and ( something stronger, as at the start )— a funeral march based on the children's song " Frère Jacques " ( or "")
# Length of tube in the pump measured from initial pinch point near the inlet to the final release point near the outlet-higher flow rate with longer length
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# Cornerback Larry Brown – Super Bowl XXX – Brown became the first cornerback to be named Super Bowl MVP, recording two interceptions for a total of 77 return yards.
The port of Hamburg is the largest sea-harbour in Germany and ranks # 2 in Europe, # 7 worldwide ( 2004 ), in total container traffic.
# Île à Vache ( Island of Cows ) is a small and lush island located off southwestern de l ' Ile d ' Haiti with a total area is 52 km².
# A kernel where the total amount of kernel code, i. e. code executing in the privileged mode of the hardware, is very small.
( The list calculates appearances by issue only, not by individual articles or overall page count ; e. g. although Jacobs wrote three separate articles that appeared in issue # 172, his total is reckoned to have increased by one.
Sosa wore the iconic # 21 with the Cubs in honor of his childhood idol Roberto Clemente Also in 1998, Sosa's 416 total bases were the most in a single season since Stan Musial's 429 in.
# Hydrocarbon generation and migration with the presence of: a ) numerous DHIs on seismic, including gas chimneys, flat spots, bright spots, phase changes and chemosynthetic reefs ; b ) gas sniffer anomalies, involving ethane / iso-butane in the southeast and propane / normal butane / total hydrocarbon in the north and northeast ; c ) UV fluorescence anomalies, especially over the wells and in the southeast ; and d ) 4 types of beach-stranded tar that correlate to the local source rock stratigraphy.
# Proportionate allocation uses a sampling fraction in each of the strata that is proportional to that of the total population.
# The sphere has the smallest total mean curvature among all convex solids with a given surface area.
# Absorption: oxygen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide can diffuse into the epidermis in small amounts ; some animals use their skin as their sole respiration organ ( in humans, the cells comprising the outermost 0. 25 – 0. 40 mm of the skin are " almost exclusively supplied by external oxygen ", although the " contribution to total respiration is negligible ")
# The output is in nondecreasing order ( each element is no smaller than the previous element according to the desired total order );
# Since usability is related to the specific set of users, such a small sample size is unlikely to be representative of the total population so the data from such a small sample is more likely to reflect the sample group than the population they may represent
The National Science Foundation ( NSF ) has ranked Johns Hopkins # 1 among U. S. academic institutions in total science, medical and engineering research and development spending for 31 consecutive years.
# Kyivskyi Raion, is the largest by area, comprising 5437 hectares, or 52. 8 % of the city total situated in the north and north-west.
It earned a total of $ 51. 7 million over the four-day weekend and placed # 1 at the box office, a position it maintained for two weeks.
# The ratio of ( a ) total received power, i. e., the signal to ( b ) the noise-plus-distortion power.
# Human welfare is best served by improving the quality and flow of desired services delivered, rather than by merely increasing the total dollar flow.
# The opportunity for anyone to live within a total environment of their choice, with mandatory adherence to the aesthetic and behavioral standards of same — " Privately owned, operated and controlled environments as an alternative to homogenized and polyglot ones.
# Adams, L., Harboe Sorensen, R., Holmes Siedle, A. G., Ward, A. K. and Bull, R. ( 1991 ), " Measurement of SEU and total dose in geostationary orbit under normal and solar flare conditions ," IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, NS 38 ( 6 ), pp. 1686 – 92 ( Dec 1991 )