Subsign

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. t Subsign To sign beneath; to subscribe.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • subsign To sign; sign under; write beneath; subscribe.
    • subsign To assign by signature to another.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. subsignare,; sub, under + signare, to mark: cf. F. soussigner,. See Sign

Usage


In science:

The technique of degree of randomness is used to model the correlations in sequences containing various subsignals and noise.
Probing the correlations in composite signals
Astrophysical signals typically are superposition of various subsignals, regular and random, by features comparable to each other and of weaker ones, i.e. perturbations or the noise.
Probing the correlations in composite signals
Particularly, the descriptor at large N enables to distinguish the initial set of the fluctuations, even when the superposition both of random and regular subsignals is not informative since tends to a Gaussian in accordance to the Central Limit theorem.
Probing the correlations in composite signals
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