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- adj. Characterized by a sigmoid curve or function
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as sigmoid.
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- adj. of or relating to the sigmoid flexure in the large intestine
"This is called a sigmoidal response, which does not follow in a linear fashion the dose of ATc," Balázsi said.
Moreover, this combination of relative win chance and multiplicative update rule is equivalent to the combination of a sigmoidal win chance and additive update rule as employed in the Elo-rating method.
They still insisted that I have a sigmoidal arcoscopy no idea how to spell it but it appeared to be a giant fibre optic camera on a flexi tube that they rammed into my lower cut.
If Latif wanted to be honest and not alarmist, he would have shown a sigmoidal curve.
The obvious choice for a more accurate model of tree response is a sigmoidal curve.
Solid lines, sigmoidal fits to the data; vertical arrows, switch values; horizontal arrow, change in switch value.
Line, sigmoidal fit to the data (Online Methods); dashed lines, transition range; arrow, switch value.
WUS-signal, above which cells switch to the stem cell status, and instead established a dynamic but sigmoidal response to
The resulting mapping function, fBLS, is sigmoidal in shape.
Inset: when the log-mean curves are plotted on a linear scale, a sigmoidal shape that is indicative of a transition from tunnelling to the field emission regime can be seen.
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