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

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In this technique , high - frequency spectral

acceleration , intermediate - frequency

and low - frequency

damped ...

In this technique , high - frequency spectral

**values**are normalized by peakacceleration , intermediate - frequency

**values**are normalized by peak velocity ,and low - frequency

**values**are normalized by peak displacement . A 5 %damped ...

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In this case , the optimal estimator for the analysis increment , namely , for the

difference between the locationspecific

weighted linear combination of observation in crements . These are derived from

...

In this case , the optimal estimator for the analysis increment , namely , for the

difference between the locationspecific

**value**and the modeled mean**value**, is aweighted linear combination of observation in crements . These are derived from

...

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Before using the results of a statistical analysis , one must know how well the

fitted model will describe future

be done with confidence by simply assessing the agreement between the

original ...

Before using the results of a statistical analysis , one must know how well the

fitted model will describe future

**values**of the dependent variables . This cannotbe done with confidence by simply assessing the agreement between the

original ...

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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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