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  • In practice, g is determined empirically for each parallel computer.
  • In practice, a value of l is determined empirically.
  • However the best spacer often has to be determined empirically.
  • These coefficients are typically determined empirically for different material pairs, such as wood against concrete or rubber against wood.
  • It requires that the concentration chosen must be determined empirically for a new ligand.
  • Mobility is usually a strong function of material impurities and temperature, and is determined empirically.
  • These values had previously been determined empirically by font designers.
  • These attributes or molecular properties may either be determined empirically or computationally derived descriptors.
  • It has been determined empirically that the best results are obtained in artificial digestion when a liquid containing two per thousand of hydrochloric acid gas by weight is used. Cited from Insectivorous Plants, by Charles Darwin
  • These equations are determined empirically by determining the mass of stars in binary systems to which the distance is known via standard parallax measurements or other techniques.
  • The scheme of life therein set forth was no doubt determined empirically, and there is nothing to prevent the simplest and most unlettered saint from framing his conduct on these principles. Cited from Christian Mysticism, by William Ralph Inge
  • The optimization of this number is guided by simulations, but ultimately determined empirically by studying the experimental laser performance.
  • The coefficients, which have been determined empirically for ocean water, are themselves functions of temperature, pressure, and the presence of other ions (especially borate).
  • The cropping management factor (C) and conservation practices factor (P) are more difficult to obtain and must be determined empirically from plot data.
  • Early room and pillar mines were developed more or less at random, with pillar sizes determined empirically and headings driven in whichever direction was convenient.
  • One formulation, unlikely to be relevant in practice, is as a linear function: where a, b, c, d are parameters that are determined empirically.
  • For those highly conductive materials that present a problem, the voltage used during a Coulter experiment should be reduced below the breakdown potential (which can be determined empirically).
  • The BHN can be converted into the ultimate tensile strength (UTS), although the relationship is dependent on the material, and therefore determined empirically.
  • In the following decades these limits gradually climbed higher, and the second limit was codified (coinciding with the evolution of modern credit scoring), as lenders determined empirically how much risk was profitable.
  • For mixtures (e.g., partly diluted acids in water), the acidity function depends on the composition of the mixture and has to be determined empirically.
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