Flatness

Is the relatively flat appearance for a probability distribution. See Platykurtic and compare Leptokurtic.
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flatness

[n] - the property of having little or no contrast
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Flatness

Flat'ness noun 1. The quality or state of being flat. 2. Eveness of surface; want of relief or prominence; the state of being plane or level. 3. Want of vivacity or spirit; prostration; dejection; depression. 4. Want of variety or flavor; dullness; insipidity. 5.
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flatness

noun a deficiency in flavor; `it needed lemon juice to sharpen the flatness of the dried lentils`
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flatness

noun a want of animation or brilliance; `the almost self-conscious flatness of Hemingway`s style`
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flatness

lustrelessness noun the property of having little or no contrast; lacking highlights or gloss
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flatness

(flat´nis) a peculiar sound lacking resonance, heard on percussing an abnormally solid part.
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Flatness

• (n.) Depression of tone; the state of being below the true pitch; -- opposed to sharpness or acuteness. • (n.) Want of vivacity or spirit; prostration; dejection; depression. • (n.) Want of variety or flavor; dullness; insipidity. • (n.) The quality or state of being flat. • (n.) Eveness of surface; want of relief or prom
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Flatness

[liquids] Flatness refers to the shape of a liquid`s free surface. On planet Earth, the flatness of a liquid is a function of the curvature of the Earth, and from trigonometry, can be found to deviate from true flatness by approximately 19.6 nanometers over an area of 1 square meter, a deviation which is dominated by the effects of surface
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Flatness

[art] In art criticism of the 1960s and 1970s, flatness described the smoothness and absence of curvature or surface detail of a two-dimensional work of art. Critic Clement Greenberg believed that flatness, or two-dimensional, was an essential and desirable quality in painting, a criterion which implies rejection of painterliness and impast
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Flatness

[electrical engineering] where each output power measurement is in decibels. ==Flatness of a signal== ...
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Flatness

[manufacturing] In manufacturing and mechanical engineering, flatness is an important geometric condition for workpieces and tools. In the manufacture of precision parts and assemblies, especially where parts will be required to be connected across a surface area in an air-tight or liquid-tight manner, flatness is a critical quality of the
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Flatness

[cosmology] The concept of `curvature of space` is fundamental to cosmology. A space without curvature is called a `flat space` or Euclidean space{citation needed|date=April 2012}. Whether the universe is “flat″ could determine its ultimate fate; whether it will expand forever, or ultimately collapse back into itself. The geometry of sp
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Flatness

[systems theory] If these conditions are satisfied at least locally, then the (possibly fictitious) output is called flat output, and the system is flat. == Relation to controllability of linear systems == == Significance == The flatness property is useful for both the analysis of and controller synthesis for nonlinear dynamical systems. It
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Flatness

The permissible variation of the flatness of a surface or characteristic
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flatness

  1. the property of having two dimensions
  2. the property of having little or no contrast; lacking highlights or gloss

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Flatness

Measured by Helium light bands (0.0000116' or 0,3 microns) as opposed to surface finish that is measured by R.M.S. or C.L.A.
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Flatness

Is the relatively flat appearance for a probability distribution. See Platykurtic and compare Leptokurtic.
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Flatness

Flatness is a measure of the amplitude variance of signals as they enter the digitizer and make their way to the ADC. When the frequency of incoming signals rises, the amplitude falls toward the bandwidth -3 dB point. Favorable flatness values are especially important when measuring dynamic signals with components of differing frequencies. When fla
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