By Dana Bell
Air strength shades vol.1 1926-1942 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ the united states military Air Corps' markings and camouflage. Bombers, combatants, transports, and running shoes. according to laws, basic orders, technical orders, and requisites of the interval, and photographic facts. a few finishes have been to extend visibility, and others to diminish it. Black and white images and colour illustrations.Издательство: Squadron/Signal publicationsСерия: Squadron 6024Язык: английскийКоличество страниц: 96Формат: pdfРазмер: 42.10 Мб часть 1 часть 2 eighty five
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6,28c) 00 (vn)= For the particular case we have been discussing, (v)= (3 and (vZ)= 0,. The joint probability distribution is denoted f(v,, v,), and is defined like f(v). Thus f(vl,v,) A S is the fraction of an infinite ensemble of pairs (v,,v,) that fall in the area AS of the v,, v, plane (see Fig. 9). e. 6,27)the correlation of two variables can be related to the joint probability. 9 Bivariate distribution. and is zero if either variable has a zero mean. Thus statistical independence implies zero correlation, although the reverse in not generally true.
The procedure begins, of course, with the application of the appropriate physical laws that govern the behavior of the system. When the complete set of equations that express these laws has been formulated, i t will, for linearlinvariant systems, usually appear as a set of coupled differential equations of mixed order. A particularly simple example (the second-order system) was given above, and it demonstrates what may be called the direct method of finding transfer functions. That is, form the Laplace transform of the system equations, just as they naturally occur, and solve for the appropriate ratios.
As a further aid, one example of analog computation is presented rather fully in Sec. 2. 1 CONCEPTS AND TERMINOLOGY The branch of modern engineering analysis known as system theory is highly relevant to the study of the flight of vehicles in the atmosphere and in space. " In our present context we identify the vehicle itself as a system, of which the above examples are subsidiary systems, or associated systems. We do not attempt to offer here a precise definition? of a system-suffice it to say that it is an element, or an interconnected set of elements that is clearly identifiable and that has a state defined by the values of a set of variables that characterize its instantaneous condition.