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model numbers

model numbers

Non-standard numbers: a semantic obstacle for modelling arithmetical reasoning

Minimal models of canonical 3-fold singularities and their Betti numbers

A brief guide to modelling in secondary school: estimating big numbers

Relation of dislocation Love numbers and conventional Love numbers and corresponding Green's functions for a surface rupture in a spherical earth model

Sunyaev–Zel’dovich power spectrum and cluster numbers from an extended merger-tree model

Sperm-competition games: Energy dependence and competitor numbers in the continuous-external-fertilization model

Models of crown architecture in Quercus petraea and Q. robur: shoot lengths and bud numbers

Ovary and ovulation: A model conforming the decline in follicle numbers to the age of menopause in women

Using Flowering Times and Leaf Numbers to Model the Phases of Photoperiod Sensitivity in Antirrhinum majus L.

Patterns of change in the size spectra of numbers and diversity of the North Sea fish assemblage, as reflected in surveys and models

Functional Morphology and Virtual Models: Physical Constraints on the Design of Oscillating Wings, Fins, Legs, and Feet at Intermediate Reynolds Numbers1

Sex differences in a transgenic rat model of Huntington's disease: decreased 17β-estradiol levels correlate with reduced numbers of DARPP32+ neurons in males

Association of NAD(P)H:quinone oxidoreductase (NQO1) null with numbers of basal cell carcinomas: use of a multivariate model to rank the relative importance of this polymorphism and those at other relevant loci

 

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In the language Ada, the set of values of a variable that are guaranteed to be exactly represented for the requested accuracy of the variable. The implementation will typically use a greater accuracy which has a larger range than that requested. Consequently the implemented accuracy will usually be higher, and other values will also be exactly represented. Associated with each implemented value will be a model interval, which defines the degree of uncertainty in the value. If a value is a model number then the model interval is zero; if a value is not a model number then the model interval is defined by the two model numbers surrounding the value.

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