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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Kimya,Ticaret) değişken
(Gıda) koşullu sabit
parametre Parametre
{i} karakteristik özellik
(Tıp) veri
(Gıda,İnşaat) etken
parameter estimation
parametre tahmini
parameter identification
(Bilgisayar) parametre tanılama
parameter identification
parametre tanımlama
parameter name
(Bilgisayar) parametre adı
parameter space
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) parametre uzayı
parameter association
parametre dernek
parameter card
parametre kartı
parameter word
parametre kelimesi, değiştirge sözcüğü
parameter data
parametre veriler
parameter error
(Bilgisayar) parametre hatası
parameter estimation
parametre kestirimi
parameter field
(Bilgisayar) parametre alanı
parameter identification
parametre tanilama
parameter info
(Bilgisayar) parametre bilgisi
parameter passing
Parametre geçişi
parameter passing to macro
makroya parametre iletimi
parameter query
(Bilgisayar) parametre sorgusu
parameter selection keys
(Bilgisayar) parametre seçme düğmeleri
parameter space
parametre uzayi
parameter text
(Bilgisayar) parametre metni
parameter word
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) parametre kelimesi
parameter word
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) değiştirge sözcüğü
passing parameter
geçiş parametresi
distributed parameter system
(Bilgisayar) dağılmış parametreli dizge
distributed parameter system
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) dağıtık parametreli sistem
intrinsic parameter
(Gıda) iç parametre
intrinsic parameter
(Gıda) iç etken
circuit parameter
devre parametresi
firing parameter
ateşleme parametresi
formal parameter
biçimsel parametre
impact parameter
şok parametresi
line parameter
hat parametresi
lumped parameter
toplu parametre
required parameter
gereken parametre
value parameter
değer parametresi
fission parameter
fisyon parametresi
input parameter to a program
bir programa girdi parametresi
location parameter
(İstatistik) Konum parametresi
positional parameter
konumsal parametre
program parameter
program parametresi
scale parameter
(İstatistik) Ölçek parametresi, skala parametresi
system parameter
sistem parametresi
transistor parameter
transistör parametresi
actual parameter
gerçek parametre
censoring parameter
(Askeri) algılama değişkeni
distributed parameter system
dagitik parametreli sistem
drilling parameter
(Coğrafya) sondaj parametreleri
earthquake source parameter
(Coğrafya) deprem kaynak parametresi
error performance parameter
hata basarim parametresi
fundamental parameter technique
(Nükleer Bilimler) temel parametre yöntemi
hybrid parameter
karma parametre
impact parameter
(Nükleer Bilimler) çarpma parametresi,çarpışma değişkeni
incorrect parameter
(Bilgisayar) yanlış parametre
invalid parameter
(Bilgisayar) geçersiz parametre
lumped parameter model
(Gıda) yuvarlanmış parametre modeli
lumped parameter model
(Gıda) dışlanmış değişken
lumped parameter system
toplu parametreli dizge
missing parameter
(Bilgisayar) eksik parametre
(Tıp) Uterus çevresinde bulunan, parametrik
preset parameter
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) ön hazırlık parametresi
preset parameter
önceden belirlenmiş parametre
required parameter
Zorunlu Değiştirge
required parameter
zorunlu parametre
scan parameter
(Bilgisayar) tarama parametresi
seismic parameter
sismik parametre
spreading parameter
(Askeri) yayılma parametresi
statistical parameter estimation
istatistiksel parametre kestirimi
surf similarity parameter
(Askeri) sörf benzeşim parametresi
tempering parameter
menevişleme parametresi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A variable kept constant during an experiment, calculation or similar
The value which is passed into the function to instantiate such a name; the argument
A characteristic or feature that distinguishes something from others
A name in a function or subroutine definition that is replaced by, or bound to, the corresponding actual argument when the function or subroutine is called
(1) A variable that is given a constant value for a specified application (2) A variable that controls the effect and usage of a command (3) Alterable values that control the effect and usage of a graphics command (4) A constant whose values determine the operation or characteristics of a system In y = ax2 - bx + c; a, b, and c are the parameters of a family of parabolas (5) A variable, t, such that each variable of a related system of variables may be expressed as a function of t
Parameters are factors or limits which affect the way that something can be done or made. That would be enough to make sure we fell within the parameters of our loan agreement. a set of fixed limits that control the way that something should be done (para- ( PARA-) + metron )
a quantity (such as the mean or variance) that characterizes a statistical population and that can be estimated by calculations from sample data
A substitution variable consisting of an ampersand followed by a numeral (&1, &2, etc ) You use parameters in a command file and pass values into them through the arguments of the START command
Modifies the action of a UNIX or GCG command Some parameters have values, which modify the parameter (for example -BEGin=100), but not all do (for example -BATch) See also unqualified parameter For more information, see "Using Program Parameters" in Chapter 3, Using Programs
any factor that defines a system and determines (or limits) its performance
from others of the same kind or family
A variable in an SQL statement, marked with a parameter marker or question mark (?) Parameters are bound to application variables and their values retrieved when the statement is executed
One or more objects the client passes to an IDL operation when it invokes the operation Parameters may be declared as "in" (passed from client to server), "out" (passed from server to client), or "inout" (passed from client to server and then back from server to client)
(of a function) A variable that is declared in the parameter list of a function and specifies part of the function's calling protocol Parameters are lexically bound within the function body, and are bound to their initial values when the function is called Dylan supports required parameters, rest parameters, keyword parameters, and next-method parameters
A characteristic component of a unit that can be defined Vegetation, soil, and hydrology are three parameters that may be used to define wetlands
A parameter is a value that is passed to a function Parameters have a type and a name Same as argument See Functions
A representation that characterizes a part of a model (e g a growth rate), the value of which is determined outside of the model See: exogenous variable
A variable with a specific value that has a meaning or function, which belongs to a program function or command; cf argument
Number or code entered to specify exactly what a given instruction is to do Parameters are an integral part of the datalogger's program instructions Common parameter entries include reps, measurement channels, measurement ranges, input locations, etc Once the instruction number has been entered in a Program Table, the datalogger will prompt for the parameters by displaying the parameter number in the ID Field of the display
A term applied to some characteristic magnitude whose value, invariable as long as one and the same function, curve, surface, etc
{i} variable which determines the form of a function; value which is transferred to a function or program and affects its operation (Computers)
One of a set of measurable factors, such as temperature and pressure, that define a system and determine its behavior and are varied in an experiment
The ratio of the three crystallographic axes which determines the position of any plane; also, the fundamental axial ratio for a given species
a constant in the equation of a curve that can be varied to yield a family of similar curves a quantity (such as the mean or variance) that characterizes a statistical population and that can be estimated by calculations from sample data any factor that defines a system and determines (or limits) its performance
Operations can take parameters Parameters have a type and a direction Parameters with the in direction cannot be changed by the operation's implementation Parameters with the inout and out direction may be changed role A role defines a relationship between entities or between interfaces Each role has a name, and a multiplicity
A value that is assigned to a variable In communications, a parameter is a means of customizing program (software) and hardware operation
The equivalent of an argument but associated with the procedure that receives the value of an argument from the calling function The terms parameter and argument, however, are often used interchangeably
An element which determines the characteristics or behavior of the data communication equipment or channel
A tough word to define In mathematics, it's a variable or an arbitrary constant In MIDI, it's a value assigned at the beginning of an operation Examples: pitch bend, sustain, voice number, volume, reverb
Specifically (Conic Sections), in the ellipse and hyperbola, a third proportional to any diameter and its conjugate, or in the parabola, to any abscissa and the corresponding ordinate
A constant in a mathematical program, not subject to choice in the decision problem, but one that could vary outside the control of the decisions Examples are supplies, demands, loss factors, exponents and coefficients in polynomial functions (of the decision variables) Not all coefficients are parameters, as many are zero by the logic of the model For example, the only data for a standard transportation problem are the costs, supplies and demands These can depend upon parameters, but the LP matrix does not -- it is the incidence matrix of the network In general, parameters are data-dependent constants, rather than logically fixed for all instances of the model Some parameters are simply units of measurement, such as the amount of energy (Btu) in a ton of coal, whereas some parameters are uncertain, like demand for a product
Information used as input to a water quality model or estimated by a water quality model Examples of parameters include: slope from a statistical relationship between two variables, mean annual value or standard deviation of a variable, and number of observations for a particular variable
Function parameter or template parameter A function parameter is an object that is local to the function and that gets initialized with the value of a function argument in a function call See Chapter 5
A parameter is a value which is usually unknown (therefore it has to be estimated) and it is used to represent a certain population characteristic For example, the population mean is a parameter that is often used to indicate the average value of a quantity A parameter has a fixed value within a population but each sample drawn from the population will have its own value of the statistic that can be used to estimate this parameter For example, the mean of the data in a sample is used to give information about the overall mean in the population from which that sample was drawn
a constant in the equation of a curve that can be varied to yield a family of similar curves
A parameter is a text file, written in code, that contains the formulae of which the fractal is comprised Parameters allow you to save your fractals in code, as opposed to image, format
is considered, serves to distinguish that function, curve, surface, etc
a variable which can be measured quantitatively; sometimes, an arbitrary constant; associated with populations One of the unknown values that determine a model (See statistic )
A numeric value which characterizes a probability distribution The mean and variance are typical examples Statistics are used to estimate parameters
A numeric value which characterizes a probability distribution The mean and variance are typical examples Statistics are typically used to estimate parameters
actual parameter
A value supplied to a method or function, as opposed to a formal parameter
formal parameter
An abstract representation, typically including a name and a type, of a parameter expected to be passed to a method or function
of, relating to, or defined using parameters
With regard to parameters
In a parametric manner
location parameter
(İstatistik) In statistics, when you graph a function, the location parameter determines where the origin will be located. If μ is positive, the origin will be shifted to the right, and if μ is negative, it will be shifted to the left
scale parameter
(İstatistik) In probability theory and statistics, a scale parameter is a special kind of numerical parameter of a parametric family of probability distributions
Holt 2 parameter
(Ticaret) A forecast method that incorporates exponential smoothing with trend analysis
Winters 3 parameter
(Ticaret) A forecast method that incorporates exponential smoothing, seasonality and trend analysis
General Query Form All SLB Parameters (132 column) All SLB Parameters (tab-delimited)
The way one interacts with a manager is through parameters, samplers, and manager methods Parameters are most often items that allow you to configure a device (e g , flip a switch, set an attenuator, set an integration time) Sometimes, parameters provide information about a manager (e g , the state or status of a manager; how much time is left in an observation)
Parameters have values which do not change with time Some typical examples for mechanical systems are mass, spring stiffness and friction coefficients While these parameters do not change with time, we often want to compare systems in which the parameters have different values For example, we might want to compare the motion of two rockets which have different masses
characteristic elements of a sound that are usually programmable in a synthesizer or other MIDI device
key - The key used to search for an element in this Container
Numerical values summarizing population data
cols - list of values the columns to select
mapping - The ActionMapping used to select this instance
Colleague variables that are set to one of a number of valid values Changing parameters will cause a Colleague module to function differently, and allow an institution to set up controls and options to meet their individual needs Parameters may be referred to as flags or switches An example of a parameter from the General Ledger module is: "Force Budget Journals to Balance?" The valid values for this parameter are "Y" (yes) or "N" (no) In the client/server mode, clicking on the parameter response box would put an "X" in it, meaning yes Leaving the box blank means no
the characteristics or features used to describe and classify the Visual Sensitivity Unit Parameters may be derived by aggregating factors and/or other parameter ratings
key - The unique key in the dictionary
Values in spreadsheets that remain constant for any single analysis but that can be varied in subsequent analyses
A measure computed from or describing a population A parameter is the value of the characteristics under study obtained from a 100 percent census The value calculated from a sample drawn from the population can only be estimated or approximations of the true parameters For example, a population of exempted invoices totaling $420,000 of which 300 invoices totaling $12,000 are actually taxable The characteristic under study is the dollar value of claimed exempt sales which are actually taxable sales The $12,000 claimed in error as exempt represents the parameter, or true characteristic of the population (the parameter, of course, is usually unknown) Assume further that a sample of 250 is examined and yields a 2 8% error rate (statistic) Assume still further that if we compute a plus (+) or minus (-) 10% precision at a 90% confidence level, the estimated parameter for the population would be $11,760, + or - $1,176, or from $10,584 to $12,936; while the actual parameter is $12,000
the_host - is the name of the host where the webster server is potentially running
Any of a set of physical properties whose values determine the characteristics or behavior of something
h - the Hashtable to use for this dictionary
name - Name of requested definition
locator - An abstract position in this Container
wsdlDefinitions - the new wsdlDefinition array
key - Key to look for in the dictionary
Numerical characteristics of populations ie parameters are values, usually unknown (and which therefore have to be estimated), used to represent certain population characteristics Within a population, a parameter is a fixed value, which does not vary
element - element to be inserted
are parameters to pass to the method block The SCL entry that receives these parameters must declare each of them in a METHOD statement Note: These parameters are update parameters See Input, Output, and Update Parameters for more information Type: Character
Plural of parameter
The variables which determine the dimensions of a machined part as well as the operational sequence of the machine tools used to produce the part
theDefID - the field definition ID
An approach to shape representation in which a curve or a surface is defined by a set of equations expressed in terms of a set of independent variables (i e the parameters) This representation is convenient for curvature and bounds computation and the control of position and tangency
of or relating to or in terms of a parameter; "parametric equation
{s} of a parameter, of a factor, of a variable that changes according to the circumstances
A type of equalizer that permits the center frequency, the filter shape, and the amplitude of each band to be varied (e g , You should save up for a good parametric equalizer so that you can dump your old 5 band graphic EQ )
capability of some CAD systems to keep a directed set of relationship so that changes can be propagated to following constructions In some cases theses relationship will correspond to the design intend and some mechanical logic of the design
A type of equalization circuit that has three variable parameters: frequency, cut or boost bandwidth, and Q
of or relating to or in terms of a parameter; "parametric equation"
Curve and Surface The curves and surfaces which are used in CAD are parametric Each coordinate is defined by a parametric function
(adj ) A term used to classify curves for which the path is described by a mathematical function rather than a set of coordinates A parameter within the function (often specified as u or v) is varied from 0 to 1 to define all the coordinate points along the curve