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    Radiometric Reflection

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    ArcGIS 10. 3. subsequently, summarized LU/LC, NDVI and LST map data were analyzed using excel. Zonal statistics as table is one of important methods that used to examine the correlation between LULC and LST. Spatial interpolation Spatial interpolation is the procedure of using points with known values to evaluate values at other unknown points. For instance, to map rainfall and temperature of given area based up on nearby weather station. In present study, meteorological data was used to interpolate and see the result and compare with the LST values that were done from Landsat thermal infrared bands. To interpolate rainfall and temperature data Inverse Distance Weighted (IDW) interpolation method was used. Inverse distance weighted is one of the interpolation methods in which the sample points are weighted during interpolation such that the impact of one point to another with distance declines from the unknown point. Inverse Distance Weighted is the simplest interpolation method and deterministic models. Deterministic models include IDW, rectangular, natural neighbours and spine. Interpolation uses vector points with known values to estimate unknown locations to create raster surface covering an entire area (Legates and Wilmont, 1990). The advantages of IDW interpolations are: Different distances are integrated in the estimation The distance weighting is able to precisely regulate the impact of the distances It allows very fast and simple calculation Therefore, in…

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    Meteorology Research Paper

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    A major part of data assimilation is data initialization. This includes “smoothing out” errors in data that will be put into the numerical weather models, which will lead to better forecasts. Another big aspect of data assimilation is the interpolation of data. Interpolation involves placing irregular data onto a regular spaced grid by mathematically adjusting the data. In other words, interpolation creates evenly spaced data, even if the raw observations are very irregular. Interpolation…

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    Andersen, the author of The Elihu Speeches: There Place and Sense in the Book of Job, examines the arguments of the critics who claim that the Elihu speeches are later interpolations, while simultaneously presenting the arguments of those, who like himself, argue that the Elihu speeches are original text in the book of Job. According to Andersen, Matthias Heinrich Stuhlmann, a Lutheran preacher, was the first person to include an argument against the originality of the Elihu speeches in his…

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    Layerwise Laminate theory has been developed by Reddy [Red1984] that provides a framework upon which any of the displacement-based, two-dimensional laminate theories can be derived. Based on this work, a layerwise shell theory that is capable of modeling three-dimensional kinematics in shells has been developed by Reddy [Red1992]. The Layerwise Shell Theory of Reddy (LWST) gives an accurate description of the displacement field. The three-dimensional displacement field is expanded as a function…

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    terms are contained in the document citep{ManningEtaAl2008}. In order to tackle such deficits, an effective smoothing approach is needed to balance the non-zero probabilities as weighting component and give a bit probability to unseen terms to avoid the zero probability of terms citep{zhai2004tois}. Several smoothing methods have been proposed. One of the simplest approaches is to combine the query and document language models in a linear smoothed interpolation function (or Jelinek-Mercer…

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    Thermoelectric Effect Essay

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    transport is known to degrade the heat flowing.2) Generally, the S for a semiconductor material can be defined by two contributions, the carrier diffusion Se and the phonon-drag Sph.7) It is known that Si has a large Sph as well as a high Se near room temperature, whereas Sph is very small in Ge. The reason is that in the middle and high temperature regions the phonon-drag effect strongly depends on temperature and is not significant. However, the physical origin for the variation in phonon-drag…

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    Filioque Controversy

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    It was also a cultural issue, as the culture of the West remained more Latin while the East became more Greek. Language incomprehension led to more cultural dissonance. It makes me wonder, if the language wasn’t such a big barrier, would the split still had occurred only on the basis of authoritative struggle and differences in religious practices? It also makes me grasp its connection to Filioque. The linguistic differences associated with the Estrangement of the East and West Christendom…

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    The Geographically Weighted Regression (GWR) method was used to interpolate climate characteristics at station level to spatial grids, generating both the interpolated value and the standard error estimation at each grid point. It is a localized regression based method widely used for spatial interpolation, accounting for the spatial inhomogeneity with spatially varying slopes and intercepts. At each prediction location, the GWR picks up nearby training data points and constructs a weighted…

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    Heat Conduction Theory

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    balancing the physical process. The effective heat conduction diameter ($D_{HC}$) of the equivalent sphere is defined by direct simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) \cite{Liu_2006_lowfluence} as following where the scaling parameters $ k_h $ and $ D_h $ can be written as in which $ \alpha $ is the thermal accommodation coefficient. The Liu version of McCoy and Cha model can be written as An extensive discussion about the McCoy and Cha method and its limitations can be found in \cite{liu2006}.…

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    At the beginning of last semester, I started watching Shameless. Shameless, created by Paul Abbott and developed by John Wells, stars William Macy and Emmy Rossum. The series is successfully able to interpolate its audience and is successfully able to relate to people. The series focuses on many issues within the Gallagher family and messages can easily be perceived through interpolation, cultural analysis, queer analysis, rhetoric and Stuart Hall’s Encoding and Decoding essay. The “Just as the…

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