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  • {{#category_index:G|goodness of fit}}
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  • {{#category_index:L|least absolute deviation fit}} ...3;<sub>&#x03C1;</sub> (q.v.) fit with &#x03C1;=1. The &#x2113;<sub>1</sub> fit is the least mean deviation solution of a problem and corresponds to the ma
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  • {{#category_index:L|least-squares fit}} ...2113;<sub>&#x03C1;</sub> (q.v.) fit with ''p''=2. The &#x2113;<sub>2</sub> fit is the least-variance solution and corresponds to the maximum-likelihood es
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  • {{#category_index:L|&#x2113;<sub>''p''</sub> fit}} ...re weighting factors. If ''p''=1, this yields the least-absolute deviation fit; for ''p''=2, least-squares; for ''p''=infinity, the <b>minimax</b> or <b>C
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  • {{#category_index:L|least absolute deviation fit}} ...3;<sub>&#x03C1;</sub> (q.v.) fit with &#x03C1;=1. The &#x2113;<sub>1</sub> fit is the least mean deviation solution of a problem and corresponds to the ma
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  • {{#category_index:G|goodness of fit}}
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  • {{#category_index:G|goodness of fit}}
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  • {{#category_index:L|least-squares fit}} ...2113;<sub>&#x03C1;</sub> (q.v.) fit with ''p''=2. The &#x2113;<sub>2</sub> fit is the least-variance solution and corresponds to the maximum-likelihood es
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  • {{#category_index:L|&#x2113;<sub>''p''</sub> fit}}
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  • {{#category_index:L|&#x2113;<sub>''p''</sub> fit}} ...re weighting factors. If ''p''=1, this yields the least-absolute deviation fit; for ''p''=2, least-squares; for ''p''=infinity, the <b>minimax</b> or <b>C
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  • ...yright law. Because some images and other media used in the SEG Wiki might fit in this category, image-description pages must contain information indicati
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  • ...incidence angle (and ''x'' is offset), and the slope (gradient) of a best-fit line is measured as the indicator:
    3 KB (408 words) - 16:24, 8 September 2020
  • ...ime for a maximum or minimum, which is sometimes selected from a quadratic fit to 3 or more points to interpolate between sample values.
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  • The best-fit straight lines to plots of amplitude versus sin<sup>2</sup>&#x03B8; or sin<
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  • ...sub>''i''</sub> are the expected number of occurrences, the <b>goodness of fit</b> ''y'' is ...e related (by the use of tables) to the probability that the observed data fit the model with the assumed number of degrees of freedom.
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  • A measure of the goodness of fit of one function to another. A <b>normalized crosscorrelation</b>; see [[Spe
    344 bytes (39 words) - 13:49, 8 December 2017
  • An indicator of the fit between a calculated curve (the &#x2018;&#x2018;solution&#x2019;&#x2019;) a
    421 bytes (58 words) - 08:45, 2 October 2017
  • ...rs equivalent to changing parameter values that transform a model curve to fit a data curve. See Raiche et al. (1985).
    246 bytes (32 words) - 08:47, 2 October 2017
  • ...anguage/Dictionary:type_curves|''type curves'']] (q.v.). Achieving a close fit implies that the actual situation is similar to the model that the type cur
    439 bytes (60 words) - 17:19, 6 March 2018
  • ...members of the set to be analyzed (perhaps because a measurement does not fit with other data), e.g., the removal from navigation-satellite data of Doppl
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  • Reasoning involving <b>fuzzy sets</b>, that is, where elements do not fit within compact boundaries. Involves probability concepts.
    252 bytes (32 words) - 18:06, 14 November 2017
  • ...uage/geology|geology]]. Gardner et al. proposed that one can obtain a good fit by taking <math>\alpha = 0.23</math> and <math>\beta = 0.25</math>.<ref nam
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  • ...two parents (crossover). The child then joins the population and the least fit member of the population (which might be the child) is eliminated. At rando
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  • ...ecomes narrower, but some overshoot at discontinuities continues. The poor fit sometimes is called <b>Gibbs&#x2019; ears</b>. Named for Josiah Willard Gib
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  • {{#category_index:G|goodness of fit}}
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  • The slope of a best-fit line to a graph of amplitude versus sin&#x03B8;, where &#x03B8;=angle of in
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  • ...shape features on a profile across a magnetic anomaly and making the best fit of these measurements to theoretical values for a vertical dike. Both dista
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  • Measurements of the zero-offset and slope values of the best-fit line when seismic amplitude is plotted against sin<sup>2</sup>&#x03B8; (or
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  • ...e, the effect is to wear a groove in the borehole wall. The drill pipe may fit in this groove but the groove may be smaller than the couplings between uni
    421 bytes (69 words) - 14:57, 29 March 2017
  • ...anguage/Dictionary:least_absolute_deviation_fit|''least-absolute-deviation fit'']] (q.v.).
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  • A [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:least-squares_fit|''least-squares fit'']] (q.v.). Implies Gaussian error distribution.
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  • {{#category_index:L|least absolute deviation fit}} ...3;<sub>&#x03C1;</sub> (q.v.) fit with &#x03C1;=1. The &#x2113;<sub>1</sub> fit is the least mean deviation solution of a problem and corresponds to the ma
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  • {{#category_index:L|least-squares fit}} ...2113;<sub>&#x03C1;</sub> (q.v.) fit with ''p''=2. The &#x2113;<sub>2</sub> fit is the least-variance solution and corresponds to the maximum-likelihood es
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  • {{#category_index:L|&#x2113;<sub>''p''</sub> fit}} ...re weighting factors. If ''p''=1, this yields the least-absolute deviation fit; for ''p''=2, least-squares; for ''p''=infinity, the <b>minimax</b> or <b>C
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  • ...with the observed field, and then iterating until a satisfactory degree of fit between model field and observed field is achieved. Sedimentary anomalies a
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  • See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:least-squares_fit|''least squares fit'']].
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  • Preferably the equation constants should be varied empirically to fit local conditions.<ref> Castagna, J. P. and Backus, M. M., Eds., 1993, Offse
    633 bytes (88 words) - 16:51, 11 May 2018
  • A mathematical procedure for finding the empirical equations that best fit a set of data in the least-squares sense. See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictiona
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  • ...set of linear simultaneous equations whose solution gives a least-squares fit (in particular, a ''Wiener filter'', q.v.):
    957 bytes (144 words) - 17:51, 14 January 2018
  • ...or minimize a certain performance measure. See &#x2113;<sub>''p''</sub> ''fit''. Often means a <b>Wiener filter</b> in which the mean-square difference b
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  • ...id to be polarized if the connector and its mate are so designed that they fit together in only one way. This prevents getting the wires connected incorre
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  • ...b) polynomial method, in which the regional is represented by a polynomial fit to the observed data; (c) spectral-domain filtering, in which certain waven
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  • Numerical integration that involves a higher-order polynomial fit than linear interpolation.
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  • ...2018;&#x2018;rms velocity.&#x2019;&#x2019; Usually calculated for the best-fit hyperbola to gather data, the value thus depending somewhat on the range of
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  • ...usage, it generally involves finding the velocity associated with the best-fit hyperbola to common-midpoint data. Most analysis schemes assume a normal mo
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  • operations, Green was given special assignments which fit in well with his
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  • SEG memberships include several types to fit different needs. Members get full access to the SEG Digital Library, which
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  • ...most of it automatically. Unfortunately, more than one model will usually fit the observations, so we'll have to develop ways to narrow the number of pos ...you can hope to do is get a number of possible hypothetical geologies that fit the data.
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  • :The answers aren’t obvious nor fit like a glove.
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  • ...exceeds all the parameters of a worthy Ewing medalist. Dare I say that the fit is so good we might call these another set of “Thomsen parameters.”
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  • deposits. Ritzmann fit neatly into this program. Simultaneously GR&DC was
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  • ...f Bimal K. Bhattacharyya is the record of a man of profound talent who saw fit to couple this talent with prodigious effort for the betterment of our disc
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  • ...ically outstanding. However, the dilemma I have is that your work does not fit my conceptual model of the Cold Lake reservoir ... so I believe your work n
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  • ...idea of designing a source with a frequency spectrum which was tailored to fit the requirements of a specific area.
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  • ...on the side of the organization chart. If there was something which didn't fit neatly into one of the departments, it came to me."
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  • ...ch a peripheral afforded. After that, array processors became available to fit every need and every budget.
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  • ...ng for a top notch research mathematician, and Ethel Ward's qualifications fit the bill. In 1933 Ethel Ward and Donald Barton joined Humble's Geological D
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  • of one or more "driving concepts," into which he can fit geologic facts or
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  • ...s fast, flexible and adaptable software. Those packages are usually custom fit but more general DAQ package like the Maximum Integrated Data Acquisition S
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  • ...http://library.seg.org/doi/abs/10.1190/1.1440396 An Algorithm for the Best Fit Solution of a System of Linear Regression Equations for Seismic Refraction thus, can run it as he sees fit, answering only to clients
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  • ...mes for azimuthally varying NMO and was then able to separate and linearly fit amplitude variation with offset and azimuth (AVOA) using his own recognitio
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  • one to obtain velocity models which best fit observed traveltimes.
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  • ...yright law. Because some images and other media used in the SEG Wiki might fit in this category, image-description pages must contain information indicati
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  • where ''v<sub>stk</sub>'' is the velocity that allows the best fit of the traveltime trajectory on a CMP gather to a hyperbola within the spre ...zero-offset time ''OB'' = ''t<sub>stk</sub>''(0) associated with the best-fit hyperbola (equation {{EquationNote|15}}). This occurs, for example, if some
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  • ...a hyperbolic trajectory. Amplitudes ''f<sub>i,t(i)</sub>'' along the best-fit hyperbola (equation {{EquationNote|17}}) defined by optimum stacking veloci
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  • ...receiver locations ''x<sub>i</sub>'', where ''i'' = 1, 2, 3, 4. We want to fit the observed data into a straight line ''t'' = ''a'' + ''bx'', which is bes
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  • '''Exercise 3-10'''. Suppose you want to fit a set of observed traveltimes to a parabola of the form ''t'' = ''a'' + ''b
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  • ...varying regional velocity function. The ''W'' factor that yields the best fit at the largest angular aperture is used then to migrate the data with the S
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  • ...a hyperbolic trajectory. Amplitudes ''f<sub>i,t(i)</sub>'' along the best-fit hyperbola (equation {{EquationNote|17}}) defined by optimum stacking veloci
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  • ...h07_fig1-11.png|{{figure number|7.1-11}} Traveltimes and the least-squares-fit hyperbolic moveout curves associated with (a) strike-line shooting, (b) sho ...ection. This operator was derived from traveltime deviations from the best-fit hyperbolic moveout curve in Figure 7.2-3a. (b) The amplitude spectrum sugge
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  • ...h07_fig1-11.png|{{figure number|7.1-11}} Traveltimes and the least-squares-fit hyperbolic moveout curves associated with (a) strike-line shooting, (b) sho ...ection. This operator was derived from traveltime deviations from the best-fit hyperbolic moveout curve in Figure 7.2-3a. (b) The amplitude spectrum sugge
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  • ...D poststack depth-migrated volume of data (Figure 10.6-8); (b) the surface fit; (c) the triangulation of the surface; (d) another perspective view of the ...D poststack depth-migrated volume of data (Figure 10.6-8); (b) the surface fit; (c) the triangulation of the surface; (d) another perspective view of the
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  • # Compute the best-fit hyperbolic traveltime trajectory, and thus determine the modeled stacking v
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  • ...of control points around each grid output point. Consider a plane-surface fit in the least-squares sense:
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  • ...porosity. Lower porosity occurs in these cases because the granules do not fit well together, failing to provide spaces between pores ('''pore spaces''')
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  • # the fit of the modeled traveltime trajectory over-layed on top of the actual event
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  • ...g the interpretation results from the cross-sections, we perform a surface fit to obtain the 3-D representation of the reflector geometry associated with
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  • ...Figure 11.2-39. First, note that the Zoeppritz-modeled (red) and the best-fit actual (dotted green) amplitude variation with offset are in very good agre
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  • ...in each of these zones are shown in Figure 11.2-43. The slopes of the best-fit lines for the postreservoir (-4.5) and the prereservoir (-5.5) zones are co
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  • ...eout would be to make the small-spread approximation and consider the best-fit hyperbola ...>NMO</sub>'' is the moveout velocity for ''PS''-wave derived from the best-fit hyperbola; as such, it is neither the ''P''-wave velocity ''α'' nor the ''
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  • ...ess of the number of migrations deemed necessary for building an accurate, fit-for-purpose depth migration velocity model, an interpreter needs to underst
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  • ...er strings, they are human-readable, may be copied and pasted as text, and fit into the [[Uniform Resource Identifier|URI]] specification. The DOI name re
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  • ...ll help undergraduates uncover where their skills and interests would best fit in the world of geophysics, and the many different career paths available w
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  • ...the edge of the continental shelves of Africa and South America seemed to fit together and the fossil record indicated that Antarctica was once located i
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  • ...erent algorithms, and this book provides insight into which one would best fit specific applications. For example, the book contains a comparison of finit
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  • Sometimes, natural hazards can fit into more than one category. For example, an earthquake in the middle of t Natural hazards also fit into three categories that describe the speed and extent of a hazard: cata
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  • ...mined practically by searching for the velocity that will produce the best-fit hyperbola to the true T-X curve.
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  • ...roblem in which we search for the smallest number of coefficients that can fit our sampled data within a given tolerance.
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  • ...sely to Africa and Europe, and Antarctica, Australia, India and Madagascar fit next to the tip of Southern Africa. But Wegener only took action after read ...ason Wegener's ideas were not initially accepted was based on his proposed fit of the continents, with Charles Schuchert commenting:
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  • ...998), for the case of two traces, this measures the scatter about the best-fit line instead of a line with a slope of 1, as shown in Figure 2d.<ref name=m
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  • ...e, the effect is to wear a groove in the borehole wall. The drill pipe may fit in this groove but the groove may be smaller than the couplings between uni
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  • A post-stack attribute that computes, for each trace, the best fit plane (3D) or line (2D) between its immediate neighbor traces on a horizon A post-stack attribute that computes, for each trace, the best fit plane (3D) between its immediate neighbor traces on a horizon and outputs t
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  • A measure of the goodness of fit of one function to another. A <b>normalized crosscorrelation</b>; see [[Spe
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  • ...uage/geology|geology]]. Gardner et al. proposed that one can obtain a good fit by taking <math>\alpha = 0.23</math> and <math>\beta = 0.25</math>.<ref nam
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  • See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:least-squares_fit|''least squares fit'']].
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  • Numerical integration that involves a higher-order polynomial fit than linear interpolation.
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  • We would like to know how well our data fit the models we make. The easiest way is to look at them both in one plot. Fi ...he result of plotting the data against the two models. So far, both models fit the data points. It is up to the interpreter to decide which model is more
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  • ...usage, it generally involves finding the velocity associated with the best-fit hyperbola to common-midpoint data. Most analysis schemes assume a normal mo
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  • ...vision of Albert Tarantola 30 years ago: finding the family of models that fit (all) the data and thus achieving the best possible characterization of the
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  • ...b) polynomial method, in which the regional is represented by a polynomial fit to the observed data; (c) spectral-domain filtering, in which certain waven
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  • ...require regularization to select a model from the infinitely many that can fit the data. Before we tackle this ill-posed inverse problem, let's explore an There are many models that can fit the data, so we need a means of ''regularizing'' our inversion so that we c
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  • ...with the observed field, and then iterating until a satisfactory degree of fit between model field and observed field is achieved. Sedimentary anomalies a
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  • ...ts all the wavelets in the analysis window. Then this wavelet is scaled to fit each input trace creating the 'coherent component'. This method only measur Presented by Bednar (1998) and is based on a least-squares fit technique that fits a plane through a seismic data window, and is solved us
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  • Curvature can be calculated in both 2D and 3D, where in 3D it attempts to fit circles, and not just a curve to the surface. You can imagine that a 3D su
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  • ...sq kilometers<ref name=":0" />. Seismic method can only cover process that fit within the limitation of the data. Figure 8, provides provides a visual und
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  • ...ation. The correlation between both GR responses allows an adequate linear fit of 0.981. The linear empirical relationship is used to calculate the correc
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  • An indicator of the fit between a calculated curve (the &#x2018;&#x2018;solution&#x2019;&#x2019;) a
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  • ...rs equivalent to changing parameter values that transform a model curve to fit a data curve. See Raiche et al. (1985).
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  • # Fit a function to the log spectrum(s). == Fit a function to the log spectrum ==
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  • based on data fit objectives that allow for outlying errors by
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  • {{#category_index:L|least absolute deviation fit}} ...3;<sub>&#x03C1;</sub> (q.v.) fit with &#x03C1;=1. The &#x2113;<sub>1</sub> fit is the least mean deviation solution of a problem and corresponds to the ma
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  • ...or minimize a certain performance measure. See &#x2113;<sub>''p''</sub> ''fit''. Often means a <b>Wiener filter</b> in which the mean-square difference b
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  • #1. Does the translation need to be exact or personally edited to fit the text?
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  • {{#category_index:G|goodness of fit}}
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  • {{#category_index:G|goodness of fit}}
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  • Preferably the equation constants should be varied empirically to fit local conditions. See Castagna and Backus (1993).
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  • A mathematical procedure for finding the empirical equations that best fit a set of data in the least-squares sense. See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictiona
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  • Measurements of the zero-offset and slope values of the best-fit line when seismic amplitude is plotted against sin<sup>2</sup>&#x03B8; (or
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  • The slope of a best-fit line to a graph of amplitude versus sin&#x03B8;, where &#x03B8;=angle of in
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  • ...stem is underdetermined and there are lots of least-squares solutions that fit the data (see box below). This is the one with the minimum norm, or (in Euc
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  • ...is important to recognize that log data should not simply be recomputed to fit prior expectations as defined by a rock physics model. Instead, rock physic
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  • ...mport the data into their mapping software, and manipulate the features to fit the desired specifications.
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  • ...produce as much electricity as its counterpart, however; it is possible to fit twice as many in the same area of current turbines. There are still many un
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  • ...root-mean-square error compared to the solution given by the cubic spline fit.]] ...as the most natural interpolation, but it is computationally expensive to fit. The blue curve is the linear interpolation and matches quite well on most
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  • ...iew and analyze parts separately if needed, but also see how all the parts fit together to form a whole.
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  • == Least-squares fit == This solution is often called the naïve solution, in that it just tries to fit the data. It happens to do this very well, because we haven't imposed any c
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  • >>> scaler = StandardScaler().fit(feature_vectors) <code>>>> clf.fit(X_train, y_train)</code>
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  • ...as it makes full use of the available data and uses a theoretical model to fit the data, however it does make more demands of the processing, in particula
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  • ...her by excluding large angles, typically above 30⁰, or by using a 3-term fit and discarding the third term (the curvature measurement is usually unrelia
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  • ...members of the set to be analyzed (perhaps because a measurement does not fit with other data), e.g., the removal from navigation-satellite data of Doppl
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  • {{#category_index:L|least-squares fit}} ...2113;<sub>&#x03C1;</sub> (q.v.) fit with ''p''=2. The &#x2113;<sub>2</sub> fit is the least-variance solution and corresponds to the maximum-likelihood es
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  • ...d by surrounding infrastructure and geography since it needs to be able to fit a boat with several kilometers of streamers towed behind without tangling t
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  • The best-fit straight lines to plots of amplitude versus sin<sup>2</sup>&#x03B8; or sin<
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  • ...anguage/Dictionary:type_curves|''type curves'']] (q.v.). Achieving a close fit implies that the actual situation is similar to the model that the type cur
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  • Reasoning involving <b>fuzzy sets</b>, that is, where elements do not fit within compact boundaries. Involves probability concepts.
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  • ...set of linear simultaneous equations whose solution gives a least-squares fit (in particular, a ''Wiener filter'', q.v.):
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  • ...two parents (crossover). The child then joins the population and the least fit member of the population (which might be the child) is eliminated. At rando
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  • ...ime for a maximum or minimum, which is sometimes selected from a quadratic fit to 3 or more points to interpolate between sample values.
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  • ...incidence angle (and ''x'' is offset), and the slope (gradient) of a best-fit line is measured as the indicator:
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  • ...sub>''i''</sub> are the expected number of occurrences, the <b>goodness of fit</b> ''y'' is ...e related (by the use of tables) to the probability that the observed data fit the model with the assumed number of degrees of freedom.
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  • ...2018;&#x2018;rms velocity.&#x2019;&#x2019; Usually calculated for the best-fit hyperbola to gather data, the value thus depending somewhat on the range of
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  • ...ecomes narrower, but some overshoot at discontinuities continues. The poor fit sometimes is called <b>Gibbs&#x2019; ears</b>. Named for Josiah Willard Gib
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  • A [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:least-squares_fit|''least-squares fit'']] (q.v.). Implies Gaussian error distribution.
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  • ...anguage/Dictionary:least_absolute_deviation_fit|''least-absolute-deviation fit'']] (q.v.).
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  • ...o low resolution and non-unique, meaning that multiple geologic models can fit the data.<ref name=":0">Richard Blakely (1996). “Potential Theory in Grav
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  • ...ion involves averaging and thus involves problems wherever the data do not fit the form of the function or where a mixture of data families (lithologies) ...y carbonate whereas above this they are mainly sand-shale siliclastics. To fit this situation with some sort of average function will give velocities that
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  • ...{\rm rms}</math> versus depth and versus traveltime and determine the best-fit straight lines for the four cases. What are the main problems in approximat | We must select a functional form to fit the data and the form selected may be either too simple or too complex. A s
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  • | the best-fit <math>\bar{V}</math> versus depth function (in problem 4.13c), | the best-fit <math>V_{\rm rms}</math> versus traveltime function (in problem 4.13c).
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  • |colspan="5" | iii) Assuming best-fit depth function: |colspan="5" | iv) Assuming best-fit traveltime function:
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  • ...ld expect. The limestone values are also plotted on Figure 5.5b where they fit in nicely with data for regions that are mostly carbonate.
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  • ...> plot is curved but the curvature is generally small enough that the best-fit straight line gives reasonably accurate results. For horizontal velocity la
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  • Determine <math>V_{o}</math> and <math>a</math> for a velocity-function fit to the data in (a) assuming the functional form <math>V=V_{o} +az</math>, w ...ring the slope <math>a</math> and intercept <math>V_{o}</math> of the best-fit straight line, or (ii) using the least-squares method (see problem 9.33). T
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  • ...</math> are tabulated in Table 5.16b and plotted in Figure 5.16a. The best-fit lines in Figure 5.16a determined by eye give
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  • ...x 0.5-2\%)</math> uncertainty in this case. At a work station where a best-fit curve can be used to smooth-out noise, uncertainty can be reduced appreciab
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  • ...ditions can take a toll on the body. Therefore, a geophysicist needs to be fit and to emphasise this point a weekend was dedicated to playing sports and t
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  • {{#category_index:L|&#x2113;<sub>''p''</sub> fit}}
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  • {{#category_index:L|&#x2113;<sub>''p''</sub> fit}} ...re weighting factors. If ''p''=1, this yields the least-absolute deviation fit; for ''p''=2, least-squares; for ''p''=infinity, the <b>minimax</b> or <b>C
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  • The goal is to fit a model that relates response to predictors for accurately predicting the r
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  • ...-velocity layer in between two higher-velocity layers. The corrected times fit a straight line in each case which is strong evidence that there is only on ...ath>X^{2} -T^{2}</math> data are plotted in Figure 8.19c. Drawing the best-fit straight lines, we measure the intercepts on the <math>t^{2}</math>-axis an
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  • Find “best-fit” straight lines to the data in Table 9.33a. | '''First plot the data and determine by eye a best-fit line,'''
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  • ...e <math>EG</math>-curve is short, it is regular so that it is difficult to fit a line having an intercept of 1.15 s. A more likely source of error is vari
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  • The data are plotted in Figure 11.14a and best-fit lines suggest that this is a two-layer problem. Measurements give the follo ...t from <math>A</math> that we can reconstruct is at 1.60 s (using the best-fit line to get <math>x</math> for <math>t=1.60</math>) and the last is about 3
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  • ...and <math>F</math> and <math>I</math> and <math>J</math> and draw the best-fit straight lines as shown in Figure 14.3b, obtaining <math>V_{3d} =1860\ {\rm
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  • ...ted since we can see from this figure that the over-pressure zone will not fit the trend line.]]
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  • ...all? Certainly, stratigraphic traps can occur in flat-lying strata, which fit the layer-cake model. In addition, many great oil fields are found in huge,
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  • ...er might try reversing the polarity on one of them. That might improve the fit at one place but degrade it at another. Such a procedure usually is not war
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  • ...on mechanism that was proportional to the ''first'' power of the frequency fit the experimental data far better. This first-power dependence implies solid
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  • ...all? Certainly, stratigraphic traps can occur in flat-lying strata, which fit the layer-cake model. In addition, many great oil fields are found in huge,
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  • ...all? Certainly, stratigraphic traps can occur in flat-lying strata, which fit the layer-cake model. In addition, many great oil fields are found in huge,
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  • ...er might try reversing the polarity on one of them. That might improve the fit at one place but degrade it at another. Such a procedure usually is not war
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  • ...er might try reversing the polarity on one of them. That might improve the fit at one place but degrade it at another. Such a procedure usually is not war
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  • ...on mechanism that was proportional to the ''first'' power of the frequency fit the experimental data far better. This first-power dependence implies solid
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  • ...on mechanism that was proportional to the ''first'' power of the frequency fit the experimental data far better. This first-power dependence implies solid
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  • ...ironment. Organisms will make carbon chains of varying lengths as they see fit to deal with these extremes. Since different organisms will synthesize diff
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