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Energy transfer as heat is considered as a derived quantity.

"But something like transportation demand is a derived quantity.

Units of slopes, areas, volumes, and other derived quantities are correctly calculated.

The model used to convert the measurements into the derived quantity is usually based on fundamental principles of a science or engineering discipline.

The absorption coefficient, and some closely related derived quantities:

This technique works better with derived quantities rather than raw brightness temperatures since the scan angle will already have been accounted for.

It arises from the nonlinear transformations of random variables that often are applied in obtaining the derived quantity.

The processing and communication section has the responsibility of calculating the various derived quantities from the digital values generated by the metering engine.

Note that this is not a "derivation" from Amdahl's law as the left hand side represents a metric rather than a mathematically derived quantity.

Important and convenient derived quantities such as densities, fluxes, flows, currents are associated with many quantities.

For example, if a random process is modelled as a Gaussian process, the distributions of various derived quantities can be obtained explicitly.

In analyzing the results of an experiment, the mean and variance of the derived quantity z, which will be a random variable, are of interest.

The derived quantity z will have some new PDF, that can (sometimes) be found using the rules of probability calculus.

It also supports a generalized query interface, which allows you to query derived quantities such as volume or surface area.

GRS80 chooses as these , , and , making the geometrical constant a derived quantity.

The main derived quantity in which amount of substance enters into the numerator is amount of substance concentration, 'c'.

When amount of substance enters into a derived quantity, it is usually as the denominator: such quantities are known as molar quantities.

Area and volume are of course derived from length, but included for completeness as they occur frequently in many derived quantities, in particular densities.

Primary colours are to base quantities; as secondary (or tertiary etc.) colours are to derived quantities.

The idea is to estimate the difference, or fractional change, in the derived quantity, here g, given that the measured quantities are biased by some given amount.

As with the bias, it is useful to relate the relative error in the derived quantity to the relative error in the measured quantities.

The ESR is a derived quantity with physical origins in both the dielectric's conduction electrons and dipole relaxation phenomena.

Another way of saying this is that the derived quantity g is more sensitive to, e.g., the measured quantity T than to L or θ.

Next, suppose that it is impractical to use the direct approach to find the dependence of the derived quantity (g) upon the input, measured parameters (L, T, θ).

Systematic errors in the measurement of experimental quantities leads to bias in the derived quantity, the magnitude of which is calculated using Eq(6) or Eq(7).