bimodal curve - перевод на русский
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bimodal curve - перевод на русский

PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION WHOSE DENSITY HAS TWO OR MORE DISTINCT LOCAL MAXIMA
Bimodal; Bimodal distribution
  • '''Figure 2.''' A bimodal distribution.
  • Number of joggers in a park by time of the day (X in hours) in a bimodal probability distribution
  • '''Figure 4.''' A non-example: a ''[[unimodal]]'' distribution, that would become multimodal if conditioned on either x or y.

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общая лексика

двухвершинная кривая

математика

бимодальная (двухвершинная) кривая

epidemic curve         
  • Common source outbreak of Hepatitis A in Nov-Dec 1978
A STATISTICAL CHART USED IN EPIDEMIOLOGY TO VISUALISE THE ONSET OF A DISEASE OUTBREAK.
Epi curve; Epidemiological curve

статистика

эпидемическая кривая

plane curve         
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CURVE IN A PLANE THAT MAY BE EITHER A EUCLIDEAN PLANE, AN AFFINE PLANE OR A PROJECTIVE PLANE
Complex plane curve; Plane curves; Two-dimensional curve

математика

плоская кривая

Определение

Bezier curve
<graphics> A type of curve defined by mathematical formulae, used in computer graphics. A curve with coordinates P(u), where u varies from 0 at one end of the curve to 1 at the other, is defined by a set of n+1 "control points" (X(i), Y(i), Z(i)) for i = 0 to n. P(u) = Sum i=0..n [(X(i), Y(i), Z(i)) * B(i, n, u)] B(i, n, u) = C(n, i) * u^i * (1-u)^(n-i) C(n, i) = n!/i!/(n-i)! A Bezier curve (or surface) is defined by its control points, which makes it invariant under any affine mapping (translation, rotation, parallel projection), and thus even under a change in the axis system. You need only to transform the control points and then compute the new curve. The control polygon defined by the points is itself affine invariant. Bezier curves also have the variation-diminishing property. This makes them easier to split compared to other types of curve such as Hermite or B-spline. Other important properties are multiple values, global and local control, versatility, and order of continuity. [What do these properties mean?] (1996-06-12)

Википедия

Multimodal distribution

In statistics, a multimodal distribution is a probability distribution with more than one mode. These appear as distinct peaks (local maxima) in the probability density function, as shown in Figures 1 and 2. Categorical, continuous, and discrete data can all form multimodal distributions. Among univariate analyses, multimodal distributions are commonly bimodal.