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Correlation Coefficient
"... This paper introduces the basic principle of ultrasonic imaging system based on Synthetic Aperture Focusing Technology (SAFT). At the same time, in order to improve the axis resolution and signal to noise ratio, the correlation of ultrasonic reflected signals has been studied. Then, the author desig ..."
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This paper introduces the basic principle of ultrasonic imaging system based on Synthetic Aperture Focusing Technology (SAFT). At the same time, in order to improve the axis resolution and signal to noise ratio, the correlation of ultrasonic reflected signals has been studied. Then, the author
Correlation Coefficients
"... z Test for the equality or agreement of measurements from two (2) different: ..."
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z Test for the equality or agreement of measurements from two (2) different:
Correlation coefficients:
"... Seeking the intrinsic relationship between two properties without specifying ‘dependent ’ and ‘independent ’ variables OLS(XY) (inverse regr) ..."
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Seeking the intrinsic relationship between two properties without specifying ‘dependent ’ and ‘independent ’ variables OLS(XY) (inverse regr)
Intraclass Correlation Coefficient
"... Many studies are performed on units that cannot be replicated; however, there is often an abundance of subsampling. By placing a reasonable upper bound on the intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC), it is possible to carry out classical tests of significance that have conservative levels of signif ..."
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Many studies are performed on units that cannot be replicated; however, there is often an abundance of subsampling. By placing a reasonable upper bound on the intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC), it is possible to carry out classical tests of significance that have conservative levels
On the Maximum Correlation Coefficient
"... For an arbitrary random vector (X; Y ) and an independent random variable Z it is shown that the maximum correlation coefficient between X and Y + Z as a function of is lower semicontinuous everywhere and continuous at zero where it attains its maximum. If, moreover, Z is in the class of selfdecom ..."
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For an arbitrary random vector (X; Y ) and an independent random variable Z it is shown that the maximum correlation coefficient between X and Y + Z as a function of is lower semicontinuous everywhere and continuous at zero where it attains its maximum. If, moreover, Z is in the class of self
Clinical Biostatistics The correlation coefficient
"... The correlation coefficient Correlation coefficients are used to measure the strength of the relationship or association between two quantitative variables. For example, Table 1 shows height, muscle strength and age in 41 alcoholic men. We will begin with the relationship between height and strength ..."
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The correlation coefficient Correlation coefficients are used to measure the strength of the relationship or association between two quantitative variables. For example, Table 1 shows height, muscle strength and age in 41 alcoholic men. We will begin with the relationship between height
1 IAPT: The correlation coefficient
"... The correlation coefficient Correlation coefficients are used to measure the strength of the relationship or association between two quantitative variables. For example, Table 1 shows height, muscle strength and age in 41 alcoholic men. We will begin with the relationship between height and strength ..."
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The correlation coefficient Correlation coefficients are used to measure the strength of the relationship or association between two quantitative variables. For example, Table 1 shows height, muscle strength and age in 41 alcoholic men. We will begin with the relationship between height
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