1. Moving average - Wikipedia


    In financial applications a simple moving average (SMA) is the unweighted mean of the previous n data. However, in science and engineering the mean is normally taken ...

  2. Statistical Analysis Handbook - StatsRef.com


    With conventional datasets the mean value is often the first, and one of the most useful, summary statistics to calculate. When data is in the form of a time series ...

  3. Moving average by convolution - MATLABtricks.com


    Moving average by convolution. What is moving average and what is it good for? How is moving averaging done by using convolution? Moving average is a simple

  4. Exponential smoothing - Wikipedia


    Exponential smoothing is a rule of thumb technique for smoothing time series data. Whereas in the simple moving average the past observations are weighted equally ...

  5. Accepted Papers | ICML New York City


    We show how any binary pairwise model may be ‘uprooted’ to a fully symmetric model, wherein original singleton potentials are transformed to potentials on edges ...

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    RFS (Radio Frequency Systems) is a global designer and manufacturer of cable and antenna systems plus active and passive RF conditioning modules, providing complete ...

  7. Infrared Spectroscopy - University of Missouri–St. Louis


    Infrared Spectroscopy . Most of us are quite familiar with infrared radiation. We have seen infrared lamps keep food hot and often associate infrared radiation with heat.

  8. Global Warming – Just Facts


    * Global warming is defined by the American Heritage Dictionary of Science as “an increase in the average temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere,” either by ...

  9. Computed Tomography - DSP


    technique, called backprojection or simple backprojection. Figure 25-16 shows that simple backprojection is a common sense approach, but very unsophisticated.

  10. Refuting absolute geocentrism - creation.com


    Why the Universe does not revolve around the Earth Refuting absolute geocentrism. by Robert Carter and Jonathan Sarfati. Published 12 February 2015; last update 19 ...