Definition of Time-scale factor

1. Noun. The ratio of the simulation time to the time of the real process.

Category relationships: Computer Simulation, Simulation
Generic synonyms: Scale Factor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Time-scale Factor

time-line
time-lock
time-locks
time-motion study
time-of-flight
time-off
time-out
time-pleaser
time-pleasers
time-release
time-saver
time-savers
time-saving
time-scale
time-scale factor (current term)
time-serving
time-share
time-sharing
time-signal
time-signals
time-signature
time-signatures
time-slicing
time-slot
time-slots
time-space convergence
time-stamp
time-stamped
time-stamping

Literary usage of Time-scale factor

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1. Technical Digest edited by G. W. Day, D. L. Franzen, P. A. Williams (1999)
"The function f(T) consists of two replicas of the PDF g(-), symmetric with respect to Tm, with a time scale factor of 2. Some examples of measured f(T) are ..."

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