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Time series diagnosis of tree hydraulic characteristics

Some dynamical characteristics of microseism time-series

Sorting, Firm Characteristics, and Time-varying Risk: An Econometric Analysis

Characteristic Variability Time Scales of Long Gamma-Ray Bursts

Immature Monarch Survival: Effects of Site Characteristics, Density, and Time

Number characteristics of observability for nonlinear continuous-time control systems

Management and Risk Characteristics of Part-Time and Full-Time Farmers in Norway

Magnetic resonance relaxation time in evaluating the cyst fluid characteristics of endometrioma

An 8 h characteristic time-scale in submillimetre light curves of Sagittarius A*

Peritoneal transport characteristics and dwelling time significantly impact ghrelin clearance in peritoneal dialysis patients

Characteristics of time-dependent PCO2 tonometry in the normal human stomach.

Age-Related Deficits in Early Response Characteristics of Obstacle Avoidance Under Time Pressure

IMPACT OF NURSING HOME RESIDENT CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS ON PREFERENCE RATINGS STABILITY OVER TIME

Characteristics of Leisure Time Physical Activity Associated with Decreased Risk of Premature All-Cause and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality in Middle-aged Men

Waveform characteristics of deep low-frequency earthquakes: time-series evolution based on the theory of the KM2O-Langevin equation

Effect of Egg Rearing Temperature and Storage Time on the Biological Characteristics of the Predatory Stink Bug Podisus nigrispinus (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae)

Development of Real-Time Frame Selector 2 and the Characteristic Convective Structure in the Emerging Flux Region

Characteristics of synovial inflammation in early arthritis analysed by pixel-by-pixel time-intensity curve shape analysis

 

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A measure of the time required for a system to change from one state of motion to another, usually taken as the time required for the system to approach within one half of the new state of motion.

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