The analysis now covers a 10-year moving window, with citations counted over an additional year, so every paper is available for citation for at least 12 months.
What does MW stand for?
MW stands for Moving Window
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We have 30 other meanings of MW in our Acronym Attic
- Monitoring Well
- Montgomery Wards (mail order department store)
- Moogle War
- Morrowind (computer game)
- Most Wanted
- Mountain West
- Mounted Warrior
- Mouth Wash
- Mouth Watering
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the moving window of the present becomes wider and wider, and moves increasingly outwardly in two temporal directions at once.
Thereafter, the envelopes of the signals were estimated using a moving root-mean square algorithm with a moving window of 500 ms.
[FIGURE 4 OMITTED] The results of the moving window correlation analysis of fishing effort distribution and habitat affinity are shown in Figure 5.
It is worth noting that a moving window of length N + 1 is employed to more effectively correct the measurement bias as a result of additional temporally redundant information from past measurements and model predictions.
The waterfall line-graph implementation gives a quick overview of millions of data points through a moving window, and lets users look at spectra over both frequency and time simultaneously.
Even though window-based counting is good for examining the characteristics of map projections, it is less suitable for quantitative comparisons of resampling errors among projections, because the moving window itself is designed on a map projection, which includes systematic artifacts intrinsically.
This moving window makes it possible to look for changes taking place in a strictly defined time and space.