exponential

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
üstel

İnsan ırkının en büyük eksikliği üstel işlevi anlamak için bizim yetersizliğimizdir. - The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function.

Üstel fonksiyonun yatay asimptotu vardır. - The exponential function has a horizontal asymptote.

üsse ait sayı
üssel
{s} katsayı ile ilgili
inatçı
(Denizbilim) katsal
(İnşaat) üslü
(Bilgisayar) üs değer
üsse ait
(Matematik) s., mat. üstel
(Matematik) üst

Üstel fonksiyonun yatay asimptotu vardır. - The exponential function has a horizontal asymptote.

İnsan ırkının en büyük eksikliği üstel işlevi anlamak için bizim yetersizliğimizdir. - The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function.

rapidly
süratle
rapidly
hızla

Onun İngilizcedeki yeterliliği hızla gelişti. - Her proficiency in English rapidly improved.

Kalbimin hızla çarptığını hissettim. - I felt my heart beating rapidly.

exponential backoff
(Bilgisayar) üstel geri çekilme
exponential distribution
üssel dağılım
exponential functions
üstel fonksiyonlar
exponential smoothing
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) üstel yumuşatma
exponential wave
(Bilgisayar,Fizik) üstel dalga
exponential curve
Üstel fonksiyonun yukarı doğru kıvrılan grafik eğrisi
exponential equation
uslu denklem, üstel denklem
exponential growth
Katlanarak büyüme
exponential notation
üstel gösterim
exponential numbers
uslu sayılar
exponential series
üstel seri, üstel derney
exponential absorption
üstel soğrulma
exponential absorption
(Nükleer Bilimler) üstel soğurma,üstel yutma/soğurma
exponential assembly
(Nükleer Bilimler) üstel düzenek
exponential assembly
üstel sistem
exponential decay
(Fizik) üstel bozunma
exponential decay
(Nükleer Bilimler) üstel bozunum
exponential distribution
ustel dagilim
exponential equation
(Matematik) üstlü denklem
exponential equation
(Matematik) üstel denklem
exponential equations
üstel eşitlikler
exponential experiment
(Nükleer Bilimler) üstel deney
exponential function
(Matematik) üstel fonksiyon
exponential function
(Matematik) doğan üstel fonksiyon
exponential function
ustel islev
exponential function
(Bilgisayar,Matematik) üstel işlev
exponential growth
(Denizbilim) katsal büyüme
exponential growth
(Gıda) üstel gelişim
exponential growth
üstsel büyüme
exponential horn
üstel horn
exponential horn
üstel huni
exponential moving average
(Matematik) üssel hareketli ortalama
exponential power
üstel kuvvet
exponential series
(Matematik) üstel deney
exponential series
üstel seriler
exponential series
(Matematik) üstel seri
exponential wave
ustel dalga
rapidly
seri bir şekilde
rapidly
çabucak
rapidly
hizla
exponentially
üssel
rapidly
hızlı hızlı
exponentially
Gitgide hızlanarak
regular exponential class
(İstatistik) Düzenli üssel sınıf
rapidly
çarçabuk
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Any function that has an exponent as an independent variable
In modern English, used to describe a large quantity of an object or objects
Relating to an exponent
Expressed in terms of a power or e
rapidly
A radio function that allows the user to adjust the sensitivity of the control towards the center position, changing the servo response from linear to fully exponential This allows for a “smaller” response around the center-stick position making unintentional slight stick movements (especially with respect to adjacent controls) less influential while maintaining precise control with greater stick movement
GROWTH: Growth that proceeds in a manner characterized by periodic doublings
a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent of or involving exponents; "exponential growth
{s} pertaining to an exponent (Algebra)
of or involving exponents; "exponential growth"
We say that a function, f, is exponential, if it has as its "core" a function of the form ax; that is, the independent variable is in the exponent
a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent
Pertaining to exponents; involving variable exponents; as, an exponential expression; exponential calculus; an exponential function
A feature of some Tx models that allows a person to program in different control sensitivities depending on the position of the stick Usually, this means the further the stick movement, the faster the controls This allows the middle area of the controls to be less sensitive, but also allows full servo travel on the outer limits of the controls
A function or characteristic that varies as ec In a typical exponential control characteristic, a change of one volt in the control voltage doubles some parameter such as frequency
matrix: See ON Chpt 10, Str2 S6 3
Exponential means growing or increasing very rapidly. The policy tried to check the exponential growth of public expenditure. + exponentially ex·po·nen·tial·ly The quantity of chemical pollutants has increased exponentially
A function where the independent variable appears as an exponent is called an exponential function Examples include ex, 10x
exponential distribution
a class of continuous probability distributions often used to model the time between events that happen at a constant average rate
exponential distributions
plural form of exponential distribution
exponential equation
A type of equation which includes a variable located in the exponent; for example, e^x = 1\
exponential function
Any function in which an independent variable is in the form of an exponent; they are the inverse functions of logarithms
exponential functions
plural form of exponential function
exponential growth
The growth in the value of a quantity, in which the rate of growth is proportional to the instantaneous value of the quantity; for example, when the value has doubled, the rate of increase will also have doubled. The rate may be positive or negative
exponential growth
Very rapid growth
exponential growths
plural form of exponential growth
exponential object
Given objects Y and Z, the exponential object Z^Y is uniquely defined by the following universal property: for any object X with arrow f: X \times Y \rightarrow Z, there can always be constructed an arrow \lambda f: X \rightarrow Z^Y which induces an arrow \lambda f \times \hbox{id}_Y = g , g: X \times Y \rightarrow Z^Y \times Y which is unique in satisfying h \circ g = f where h: Z^Y \times Y \rightarrow Z

In the Sets category, given sets A and B with A = \{a, b, c, ..., z\} then if B_a = \{a\} \times B , B_b = \{b\} \times B , ..., B_z = \{z\} \times B , then the product of A and B is A \times B = B_a \cup B_b \cup ... \cup B_z and the exponential is B^A = B_a \times B_b \times ... \times B_z .

exponential curve
a graph of an exponential function
exponential decay
a decrease that follows an exponential function
exponential distribution
A model probability distribution
exponential distribution
The continuous probability distribution describing the time until the failure of a component if the probability of a failure does not change with the component's age
exponential distribution
Probably the most widely known and used distribution in reliability evaluation of systems The most important factor for it to be applicable is that the hazard rate should be constant Exponential distribution is frequently used for the analysis of time-dependent data when the rate at which events occur does not vary
exponential distribution
A continuous probability distribution useful for characterizing random variables which may only take positive values It is often used to characterize the time between events such as arrivals of customers at a store The distribution is completely determined by its mean For the exponential distribution, the mean and standard deviation are equal It is highly skewed to the right, peaking at zero and decaying in a smooth (exponential) fashion Parameter: mean B>0 Domain: X>=0 Mean: B Variance: B^2
exponential distribution
The exponential distribution very often works well for modeling processes involving time intervals between events and sometimes for durations of activities For modeling the arrivals of customers, parts, or other entities that come into a system from a large number of different independent sources, the exponential distribution is often a good choice for the distribution of the random variable representing the time between consecutive arrivals ( i e , the interarrival time) The distribution function can be expressed as follows
exponential distribution
A lifetime statistical distribution that assumes a constant failure rate for the units being modeled
exponential equation
an equation involving exponential functions of a variable
exponential expression
a mathematical expression consisting of the constant e raised to some power
exponential function
In mathematics, a function in which a constant base is raised to a variable power. Exponential functions are used to model changes in population size, in the spread of diseases, and in the growth of investments. They can also accurately predict types of decline typified by radioactive decay (see half-life). The essence of exponential growth, and a characteristic of all exponential growth functions, is that they double in size over regular intervals. The most important exponential function is e^x, the inverse of the natural logarithmic function (see logarithm)
exponential growth
rate of growth which occurs at a constant percentage rate (Economics)
exponential series
a series derived from the expansion of an exponential expression
exponential smoothing
A forecasting technique that uses a weighted average of past time series values to arrive at smoothed time series values that can be used as forecasts
exponential smoothing
the assumption that time series data tends to vary from period to period according to some geometric progression
exponential smoothing
Any set of data recorded in time intervals Also called time series analysis
exponential smoothing
A technique used in forecasting models that assigns different weights to past demand periods, instead of considering each one equally A simple moving average technique takes the total demand for the last 'X' number of demand periods and divides by 'X' to get the average period demand- each period is treated the same By contrast, in exponential smoothing a smoothing (alpha) factor (ex - 0 1) is multiplied by the demand from the last period, and 0 9 is multiplied by the calculated average period demand for periods prior to the last, thus assigning a different weight to the last period Raising the alpha factor gives more weight or emphasis to demand from the most recent period
exponential smoothing
An adjustment technique that takes the previous period's forecast, and adjusts it up or down based on what actually occurred in that period It accomplishes this by calculating a weighted average of the two values
exponential smoothing
A statistical technique commonly used to forecast time series data or to smooth the values on a control chart A forecast function is estimated from previous data using a weighted least squares technique The degree to which data in the far past is weighted relative to the near past is governed by the value of one or more smoothing constants, which must be between 0 and 1 In general, the smaller the smoothing constant, the more weight is given to the far past
exponential smoothing
the forecasted value consists of the previous period's forecast plus a percentage of the forecast error
exponential smoothing
(Ticaret) A technique used in forecasting models that assigns different weights to past demand periods, instead of considering each one equally. A simple moving average technique takes the total demand for the last 'X' number of demand periods and divides by 'X' to get the average period demand- each period is treated the same. By contrast, in exponential smoothing a smoothing (alpha) factor (ex.- 0.1) is multiplied by the demand from the last period, and 0.9 is multiplied by the calculated average period demand for periods prior to the last, thus assigning a different weight to the last period. Raising the alpha factor gives more weight or emphasis to demand from the most recent period
exponential smoothing
A method used in time series to smooth or to predict a series There are various forms, but all are based on the supposition that more remote history has less importance than more recent history
exponentially
in an exponential manner; "inflation is growing exponentially"
exponentially
(of an increase) becoming more and more rapid
exponentially
in an exponential manner; "inflation is growing exponentially
exponentially
Growing or decaying in an exponential manner
exponentially
in an exponential manner (Algebra)
exponential

    Расстановка переносов

    ex·po·nen·tial

    Турецкое произношение

    ekspōnenşıl

    Антонимы

    nonexponential

    Произношение

    /ˌekspōˈnensʜəl/ /ˌɛkspoʊˈnɛnʃəl/

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