Correlation coefficient

The correlation coefficient is a statistical measure that calculates the strength of the relationship between two variables. The correlation coefficient ranges from -1.0 to 1.0, with a value of 1.0 indicating a perfect positive correlation, a value of -1.0 indicating a perfect negative correlation, and a value of 0 indicating no correlation. What does a … Read more

Power-on reset (PoR)

A power-on reset (PoR) is a type of reset that is triggered when a device is powered on. This reset is usually caused by a hardware reset signal that is generated by the power supply when it is turned on. The PoR reset is often used to initialize the device and bring it into a … Read more

Analog computing

Analog computing is a type of computation where information is represented by a continuous signal rather than a discrete signal. Analog computers are used to process analog data, such as audio or video signals. They are often used in engineering and scientific applications where real-time data processing is required. Analog computers are distinguished from digital … Read more

ABC analysis (Pareto analysis)

In business and economics, ABC analysis is an inventory categorization technique. ABC analysis divides an inventory into three categories—”A items” with very high annual consumption values, “B items” with lower annual consumption values, and “C items” with the lowest annual consumption values. The ABC analysis provides a mechanism for identifying inventory items that will have … Read more

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