Among the topics are a rod-explosive technique for testing structural responses induced by x-ray blow-off impulses, the numerical simulation calculation of ship submarine oil spill under a complicated ocean environment, the global solution of a viscoelastic thin rectangular plate equation, a new model for forecasting the location of the next crime, gear crack assessment using correlation dimension, the asymptotical stability analysis of switched descriptor systems, and the influence of power supply current in electrical methods for detecting landfill leakage.
What does CD stand for?
CD stands for Correlation Dimension
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Correlation Dimension Estimates Table 3 reports the Correlation Dimension ([SC.
Tests based on the correlation dimension partially confirm the presence of nonlinearity.
Two tests of chaos are used in this study; the GP correlation dimension analysis (Grassberger and Procaccia, 1983), and the third moment test (Brock et al, 1991, Hsieh, 1989, 1991).
crude oil prices; Frank and Stengos (1989) estimate the Correlation Dimension and Kolmogorov entropy for gold and silver spot prices; DeCoster, Labys, and Mitchell (1992) apply Correlation Dimension to daily sugar, silver, copper, and coffee futures prices; Yang and Brorsen (1993) employ Correlation Dimension and the Brock, Dechert, and Scheinkman (BDS) test on several futures markets, including gold and silver.
Prominent among them was the use of the correlation dimension developed by Grassberger and Procaccia (1983).