Astronomik Birim Dünya ve Güneş arasındaki ortalama mesafe olarak tanımlanır.Bu yaklaşık 150 milyon kilometredir. - The Astronomical Unit (AU) is defined as the average distance between the Earth and the Sun. It is approximately 150 million km (93 million miles).
an approximate calculation of quantity or degree or worth; "an estimate of what it would cost"; "a rough idea how long it would take"
An intelligent guess based on the available information and on the degree of accuracy required
the act of bringing near or bringing together especially the cut edges of tissue
A process for generating estimated functional values at arbitrary locations beginning with a set of known functional values At the known values, the approximated values need not equal the known values This distinguishes an approximation from an interpolation
A value that is nearly, but not exactly, correct Numerical approximations often result from using a small number of significant digits Approximation also refers to using a simpler model of a process, to make predictions easier
An approximation is a number, calculation, or position that is close to a correct number, time, or position, but is not exact. Clearly that's an approximation, but my guess is there'll be a reasonable balance. = estimate
The act of approximating; a drawing, advancing or being near; approach; also, the result of approximating
An approximation is a fact, object, or description which is similar to something else, but which is not exactly the same. That is a fair approximation of the way in which the next boss is being chosen
An approach to a correct estimate, calculation, or conception, or to a given quantity, quality, etc
A continual approach or coming nearer to a result; as, to solve an equation by approximation
the act of bringing near or bringing together especially the cut edges of tissue the quality of coming near to identity (especially close in quantity) an imprecise or incomplete account; "newspapers gave only an approximation of the actual events
In mathematics, a linear approximation is an approximation of a general function using a linear function (more precisely, an affine function). They are widely used in the method of finite differences to produce first order methods for solving or approximating solutions to equations
This matching rule determines whether a presented value is approximately the same as a NDS stored value The meaning of approximate must be determined by individual implementations of each syntax (only accessible using NWDSSearch() with the FTOK_APPROXIMATE token)
option on the miscellaneous menu that is used to compute a new matrix of optimal factors on the base of the matrix of retention factors It can also be used to re-evaluate the OF matrix to fit a new value of the forgetting index
A modifier that indicates shoreline which does not meet the definition of Accurate, but is generally considered to be within 100 feet (30 5 meters) of its correct geographic location Used to denote shoreline obscured by shadows or line-of-sight blockage, such as under bridges (6)
If something approximates to something else, it is similar to it but is not exactly the same. Something approximating to a fair outcome will be ensured By about 6 weeks of age, most babies begin to show something approximating a day/night sleeping pattern. an approximate number, amount, or time is close to the exact number, amount etc, but could be a little bit more or less than it = rough exact (past participle of approximare , from ad- + proximare )
An approximate number, time, or position is close to the correct number, time, or position, but is not exact. The approximate cost varies from around £150 to £250 The times are approximate only. exact + approximately ap·proxi·mate·ly Approximately $150 million is to be spent on improvements
An idea or description that is approximate is not intended to be precise or accurate, but to give some indication of what something is like. They did not have even an approximate idea what the Germans really wanted
be close or similar; "Her results approximate my own" located close together; "with heads close together"; "approximate leaves grow together but are not united" very close in resemblance; "sketched in an approximate likeness"; "a near likeness" not quite exact or correct; "the approximate time was 10 o'clock"; "a rough guess"; "a ballpark estimate
In mathematics, the process of finding a straight line that closely fits a curve (function) at some location. Expressed as the linear equation y = ax + b, the values of a and b are chosen so that the line meets the curve at the chosen location, or value of x, and the slope of the line equals the rate of change of the curve (derivative of the function) at that location. For most curves, linear approximations are good only very close to the chosen x. Yet much of the theory of calculus, including the fundamental theorem of calculus and the mean-value theorem for derivatives, is based on such approximations
Alternatively known as Successive Approximation Character Weighting (SACW) This is a method of reweighting characters based on some measure of their relative values for the purposes of phylogeny reconstruction If, for instance, an initial analysis is carried out and the result of this analysis indicates that some characters are quite inconsistent with the resulting tree(s), then these will be down-weighted in subsequent analyses The index for downweighting the characters might be the retention index, consistency index or some such measure of consistency of a character with a tree Iterative analyses are carried out, with the individual characters being reweighted each time until there is little or no change in the resulting topology
The iterative scheme by which an approximation is used for the basic design of an algorithm The sequence generated is of the form x^(k+1) = x^k + A(x^k), where A is an algorithm map specified by its approximation to some underlying goal Typically, this is used to find a fixed point, where A(x)=0 (e g , seeking f(x)=x, let A(x) = f(x) - x, so the iterations are x^(k+1) = f(x^k), converging to x*=f(x*) if f satisfies certain conditions, such as a contraction map)
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