4 edition of Cruz System Sensitivity Analysis found in the catalog.
|Statement||John Wiley & Sons Inc|
|Publishers||John Wiley & Sons Inc|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
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1964A New Approach to the Sensitivity Problem in Multivariable Feedback System Design, IEEE TAC, Vol. Although a linear Hall-effect sensor is much more complex than a first-order system, especially if it employs auto-nulling techniques, using a first-order model is a useful approximation for many applications. Based on this concept, quality metrics have been developed which emulate the perception process using a two step strategy: near-threshold and supra-threshold. A single run of the model takes a significant amount of time minutes, hours or longer.
 and has shown that sensitivity bond graphs can be created that have a structure identical to that of the Cruz System Sensitivity Analysis bond graph. A great number of parameters in a complex model can be candidates for estimation but not all are estimable.
Assign a to the selected factors. Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, 34, 419—461. Perhaps more important, a dedicated neurological scanner can reduce the ring diameter and select an axial FOV that provides significantly more sensitivity than can be obtained with a whole-body system. Examples are thethe White Housethe and. Sobol or Latin hypercube sampling, although random designs can also be used, at the loss of some efficiency. testing the robustness of a result ;• Another method is to use an event-based sensitivity analysis method for variable selection for time-constrained applications.
Searching for errors in the model by encountering unexpected relationships between inputs and outputs. 4 Frequency response EEG signals can be analysed into a series of sine wave components having different amplitudes and frequencies Sections 6.
The frequencies at which the sensitivity has dropped to 70.
Gawthrop  has extended the work of Cabanellas et al.
This approach has been called 'sensitivity auditing'.