###### 1999

- Koch KR (1999) Parameter estimation and hypothesis testing in linear models. (springer.com)

###### regression

- If we fit a regression model, such as that describing the relation between lung function and height, the slope and intercept of this line (more generally known as regression coefficients) are the parameters defining the model. (bmj.com)

###### estimate

- Motivated by the increasing importance of hyperspectral remote sensing data, the need for research is important to define optimal wavebands to estimate biophysical parameters of crop. (scielo.br)
- 2006). One way to estimate these biophysical parameters is by vegetation indices (VI). (scielo.br)
- Therefore, bean spectral reflectance measurement were analyzed in terms of narrow band vegetation indices (NDVI and NB_NDVI) to estimate biophysical parameters (grain yield, LAI and plant height) at several growth stages during crop cycle and to evaluate the impact of different water levels and N rates on these biophysical and spectral parameters. (scielo.br)
- Most statistical methods, such as t tests, are called parametric because they estimate parameters of some underlying theoretical distribution. (bmj.com)
- Non-parametric methods, such as the Mann-Whitney U test and the log rank test for survival data, do not assume any particular family for the distribution of the data and so do not estimate any parameters for such a distribution. (bmj.com)

###### mathematical

- Another use of the word parameter relates to its original mathematical meaning as the value(s) defining one of a family of curves. (bmj.com)

###### equations

- Different from existing variable structure controllers for flexible robots in the literature, the controller presented here is designed directly for the partial differential equations governing the motion of the distributed-parameter system. (nus.edu.sg)

###### Numerical

- calculating the numerical values of the variables representative of the determined errors. (google.com)

###### methods

- Different local (single parameter) and global (multiple parameter) sensitivity analysis methods are described using SWAT2003 (earlier version of SWAT2005). (iastate.edu)

###### Identify

- Identify the parameter by a specific, meaningful name when sweeping or tuning the value. (mathworks.com)
- We identify the regions in phenotype parameter space where TICs are able to cause a disruption in homeostasis, leading to tissue overgrowth and tumour maintenance. (peerj.com)
- The recursive least-squares method and the extended Kalman filter are applied to identify three parameters of a second-order linear mass-spring-damper model, using data obtained from a nanopositioning stage with a highly resonant dynamic response. (semanticscholar.org)

###### wherein

- and a multiplexer, coupled to the two or more fuses, the mode register, and the lookup table, wherein the multiplexer is between the two or more fuses and the lookup table, and wherein the multiplexer outputs the trim parameters of the selected fuse to be enabled to the lookup table based on data stored in the mode register. (patents.com)
- 2. The memory device of claim 1, wherein the trim parameters in a fuse contain one or more operating parameters for the memory array. (patents.com)
- 3. The memory device of claim 2, wherein the trim parameters comprise at least a set voltage, a set current, a reset voltage, a reset current, a set pulse width, a reset pulse width, a number of verify bits, a number of set bits and a readvoltage. (patents.com)

###### parametric

- This is a parametric model for which we try to determine the parameters m, c, s from the observations. (vosesoftware.com)

###### contrast

- By contrast, parameters do not relate to actual measurements or attributes but to quantities defining a theoretical model. (bmj.com)

###### Thus

- Thus, exponential stability holds for the original distributed-parameter system. (nus.edu.sg)
- Thus, once the model is constructed, parameters will be adjusted until the condition in part one is satisfied: a comfortable, steady-state, average internal temperature has been reached. (columbia.edu)

###### assess

- Kendall's tau was used to assess bivariate association of sociodemographic, medical, and psychosocial variables with fatigue. (wiley.com)
- The above-mentioned study clearly indicates that both oxygenation and blood flow are important parameters to assess when evaluating the microcirculation. (spiedigitallibrary.org)

###### system

- In some contexts parameters are values that can be altered to see what happens to the performance of some system. (bmj.com)
- Provided that I want to focus in the properties of the family dynamical systems as a more global, "overall" unique system, is it better if I define it as a three-dimensional $x,y,D$ system with two control parameters (even if I am plotting it in two dimensions, joining all the $D$-bifurcations in one image)? (stackexchange.com)

###### describes

- The table describes the different ways that you can control the scope of a reusable parameter value. (mathworks.com)
- This article describes a method for measuring blood flow and oxygenation parameters in the microcirculation by integrating diffuse reflectance spectroscopy (DRS) and laser Doppler flowmetry (LDF). (spiedigitallibrary.org)

###### Gain

- To set a block parameter value, such as the Gain parameter of a Gain block, you can use numeric variables that you create and store in workspaces such as the base workspace, a model workspace, or a Simulink ® data dictionary. (mathworks.com)
- The method and circuit enable variable error parameters such as gain mismatch, offset voltages, and phase errors inherent in the circuit and signals to be measured and taken into account by the digital. (google.com)
- The method and circuit enable variable error parameters such as gain mismatch, offset voltages, and phase errors inherent in the circuit and signals to be measured and taken into account by the digital signal processors for minimum bit error rates during cellular communications. (google.com)

###### Constant

- The data table contains two rows, which correspond to the Constant value parameters of two of the Constant blocks in the subsystem. (mathworks.com)

###### Multiple

- Because the variable exists in the base workspace, you can use it in multiple models. (mathworks.com)
- To reuse the variable in multiple models, create a referenced dictionary. (mathworks.com)

###### values

- If we look to see how the performance would change if, say, sensitivity and specificity were improved, then we are treating these as parameters rather than using the values observed in a real set of data. (bmj.com)
- To change the values of the block parameters, you change the value of the variable in the workspace. (mathworks.com)
- For basic information about setting block parameter values, see Set Block Parameter Values . (mathworks.com)
- You can create a numeric MATLAB ® variable in a workspace, such as the base workspace or a data dictionary, and use it to specify one or more block parameter values. (mathworks.com)
- Two blocks in the subsystem use the number to set the values of parameters. (mathworks.com)

###### data

- In the Model Data Editor, inspect the Parameters tab. (mathworks.com)
- Consider permanently storing the variable in a model workspace or data dictionary. (mathworks.com)
- To create and use parameter objects in models, see Data Objects . (mathworks.com)
- Create a variable in a data dictionary. (mathworks.com)

###### important

- In conclusion, the proposed model may provide clinically important parameters, such as the total brain volume, degree of myelination, and degree of edema, based on a single qMRI acquisition with a clinically acceptable scan time. (frontiersin.org)

###### least

- Recent studies have extensively discussed total least squares (TLS) algorithms for solving the errors-in-variables (EIV) model with equality constraints but rarely investigated the inequality-constrained EIV model. (springer.com)
- Fang X (2013) Weighted total least squares: necessary and sufficient conditions, fixed and random parameters. (springer.com)

###### models

- The scope of a variable is the set of models and blocks that can use the variable. (mathworks.com)
- For example, variables that you create in the base workspace have global scope because all blocks in all open models can use the variables. (mathworks.com)

###### specific

- In this way, separate parameter-specific and parameter-independent software packages are generated, so only the necessary software packages need to be processed to install new software, or upgrade an existing software package. (google.com)
- As our parameters and model are non- specific, they could apply to any tissue TIC and do not assume specific genetic mutations. (peerj.com)

###### common

- It is common in medical journals to find variables incorrectly called parameters (but not in the BMJ we hope 2 ). (bmj.com)
- Another common misuse of parameter is as a limit or boundary, as in "within certain parameters. (bmj.com)
- An experimental comparison of two common parameter identification schemes is presented. (semanticscholar.org)

###### allow

- Parameter objects allow you to specify physical units and custom documentation as well as other characteristics. (mathworks.com)
- Even if it were possible to allow for all of these variables in the Phoenics (c.f.d.) model for the Farnsworth House, the resulting computations would be cumbersome in the extreme. (columbia.edu)

###### input

- Examples of applying the approach is described using 46 input parameters for two watersheds for flow, SS, TN, TP, nitrate, & ammonia at several locations. (iastate.edu)

###### specify

- Each member of the family is defined by its mean and SD, the parameters 1 which specify the particular theoretical normal distribution with which we are dealing. (bmj.com)

###### among

- Embodiments of the present invention relate to telemetry systems and, in particular, to remote controlled telemetry systems with variable parameters and to telemetry systems implanted in human bodies in which the bandwidth and Q, among other parameters, are variable. (google.com)

###### value

- Change the parameter value without having to modify the model file (if you store the variable outside the model workspace). (mathworks.com)

###### find

- Further, we find that the microenvironmental variable does not strongly effect the outcomes, suggesting a need for direct feedback from the microenvironment onto stem-cell behaviour in future modelling endeavours. (peerj.com)

###### single

- The engine experiment was conducted with YANMAR TF120 single cylinder four stroke diesel engine set-up at variable engine speed at 2100, 1900, 1700, 1500 and 1300 rpm. (asme.org)

###### several

- 2000) developed the narrow-band NDVI (NB_NDVI) in which bands are numbered from 1 to 252 allowing several combinations of NB_NDVI for each biophysical variable, such as LAI and yield. (scielo.br)

###### blood pressure

- in this context blood pressure, weight, blood group and so on are variables. (bmj.com)
- Systolic and diastolic blood pressure (SBP, DBP), heart rate (HR), and echocardiographic parameters were recorded before and after SGB. (terapianeural.com)

###### found

- Parameter is a technical term which has only recently found its way into general use, unfortunately without keeping its correct meaning. (bmj.com)
- Hydrologic parameters were dominant & the results were found to not be transferable between the two watersheds. (iastate.edu)

###### family

- Defined as above, each one of the dynamical systems of the family is bi-dimensional (only $x$ and $y$ are variables). (stackexchange.com)

###### global

- A combined novel latin-hypercube & one factor-at-a-time sampling (OATS) approach is described and used, that facilitates a global sensitivity analysis for a large set of parameters with just a limited set of runs. (iastate.edu)