## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 10 |

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Next let us consider convolution and correlation . E . CONVOLUTION AND

CORRELATION - € € FIG . 9 . An

Before we consider these , there are some concepts that are of interest in system

theory .

Next let us consider convolution and correlation . E . CONVOLUTION AND

CORRELATION - € € FIG . 9 . An

**example**of an impulse function , as e → ( ! .Before we consider these , there are some concepts that are of interest in system

theory .

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An

CORRELATION Before we consider these , there are some concepts that are of

interest in system theory . In our study we assume that a system is defined as a

unique ...

An

**example**of an impulse function , as ε → 0 . E . CONVOLUTION ANDCORRELATION Before we consider these , there are some concepts that are of

interest in system theory . In our study we assume that a system is defined as a

unique ...

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treatments are manufacturer , radials versus nonradials , and weight class of the

car . Regression analysis : Method for discovering the functional relationship ...

**Example**: One observes the life spans of automobile tires , and the experimentaltreatments are manufacturer , radials versus nonradials , and weight class of the

car . Regression analysis : Method for discovering the functional relationship ...

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### Contents

Seismology Observational 17 Stochastic Description | 325 |

Semiconductor Alloys LongRange and Karl Friedrich | 345 |

Sequency and Series 73 Solar Energy Engineering | 361 |

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