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Decorrelation of the static and dynamic length scales in hard-sphere glass formers Patrick Charbonneau and Gilles Tarjus Phys. Rev. E 87, 042305 – Published 15 April 2013 The typical length scale of cluster forming is called correlation length, $\xi$, and it grows as we increase the temperature and diverges at $T_c$.

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3.2 The Decorrelation Time Scales of the Fluid The fluid Lagrangian decorrelation time scales are key parameters in the simulation of gas-solid flows since they represent the limit of the decorrelation time scales of the fluid seen in the case of zero inertia particles without any external forces.

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Let C = (c k, k ′)0 ≤ k, k ′ ≤ K be the empirical covariance matrix. The whitening operator O = C−1/2 performs a decorrelation and a renormalization of all channels. The growth defines a decorrelation length scale. Zonal scales in Pacific surface layer (100-300m) including individual 20 degree band averages. The length scale is examined as a function of latitude and depth.

Model-Based Variable Decorrelation in Linear Regression ClémentThéry1 &ChristopheBiernacki2 &GaétanLoridant3 1 ArcelorMittal,UniversitéLille1,CNRS,Inria,clement.thery@arcelormittal.com
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Measurement of the tropospheric scintillation decorrelation scale-length at millimetre wave frequencies Abstract: Millimetre wave propagation for both terrestrial and satellite communications is highly dependent on the dynamic nature of the atmospheric boundary layer. Decorrelation is a general term for any process that is used to reduce autocorrelation within a signal, or cross-correlation within a set of signals, while preserving other aspects of the signal. A frequently used method of decorrelation is the use of a matched linear filter to reduce the autocorrelation of a signal as far as possible. Since the minimum possible autocorrelation for a given signal energy is achieved by equalising the power spectrum of the signal to be similar to When dealing with time series, the first step consists in isolating trends and periodicites. Once this is done, we are left with a normalized time series, and studying the auto-correlation structure is the next step, called model fitting. The effective correlation length, Le, of the autocorrelation function is now defined: (2.53)∫02πdϑ∫0∞R(τ)τdτ=R(0)πLe2, with the scope of substituting to R(τ) an effectivecorrelation function, constant and equal to its value R(0) obtained at zero lag, inside the cylinder of radius Lecentered in the origin and zero outside (see Figure 2.3).

Informally, it is the similarity between observations as a function of the time lag between them. The analysis of autocorrelation is a mathematical tool for finding repeating patterns, such as the presence of a periodic signal obscured by noise, or identifying Asymptotic decorrelation of between-Scale Wavelet coefficients Abstract: In recent years there has been much interest in the analysis of time series using a discrete wavelet transform (DWT) based upon a Daubechies wavelet filter. The decorrelation process may involve using a non-hierarchal mixer to combine a direct portion of the received audio data with the filtered audio data according to spatial parameters.