For further analysis the ratio values Q =

The matrix K is a square and orthogonal matrix of the eigenvectors. The different ways of computing the dispersion matrix by Q or R analysis techniques lead to different sets of eigenvalues, as we will see next in the comparison with SVD. [Pg.154]

Eq. (10.2.2) is simply the inverse Fourier transform of Eq. (10.2.1). Note that in Fourier analysis q and r are conjugate quantities that is, to describe properties at large values of r we usually require only the small q Fourier components. [Pg.273]

In addition, PCR analysis indicates the expression of the a,A and ajg genes during mouse spermatogenesis (Lievano et al., 1996). The P-, Q-, and R-type currents that are the most likely products of these genes are not observed. [Pg.216]

In speciation analysis, it is common to refer to a system in terms of the so-called p,q,r notation, where p, q and r denote protons (H+), metal centres (V) and ligands (L), respectively, i.e. [Pg.31]

What can we tell from the above analysis in Table 3.3 and the average DPPs per customer (Consider in particular the differences in DPP between the four orders shown, and between the three customers P, Q and R.) [Pg.78]

If T(A, S2) is the Boolean function which describes all the mutual relationships between the characteristic frequencies (characteristic intervals) and the structural elements in a given problem, and R(fi) is the Boolean function describing the IR spectrum, then the logical analysis of this situation lies in the joint processing of the functions T(A, Q) and R(J2), As a result, the function, f(A), that enumerates the probable sets of substructures which may be present in the molecule under investigation is established Symbolically, this is expressed as [Pg.1310]

As can be inferred from Table 13.18, the frequencies of r, rand r are temperature dependent (n.b. an error in [169] has resulted in >> j rather than being reported as a temperature dependent fundamental band). The temperature dependence of the 1943 cm band intensity has been investigated between 300 and 600 K the total integrated intensity was found to be temperature independent [6]. With the notable exception of y 5, the fundamentals all exhibit well defined P, Q and R branches. A detailed analysis of the rotational structure associated with the y g band of COF established the band centre to be at 774.40 cm and B to have a value of 0.3925 cm [1507]. [Pg.615]

Common substitutions/indels in the intron were mapped on the Rigodiadelphus robustus structure (Figure 9.5) based on the alignment for the dataset 1 (see Appendix 9.2 on the supplemental CD). Special attention was paid to substitutions in conservative S, P-Q, and R parts of the intron. Rigodiadelphus robustus was selected for this procedure because its intron, as far as was possible to evaluate by eye from the alignment, has the minimum of peculiar substitutions observed in other species of Leskeaceae involved in the analysis. [Pg.182]

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