first order effects 
First order effects due to displacement thickness are taken into account and the pressure gradients generated in the outer potential flow are included in the numerical solution of the governing equations.


Association analysis of the distribution patterns of the more common species indicates that only positive first order effects and second order interactions were potentially important in this assemblage.


The equations for the first order effects become canonical when a different definition for the orders of magnitude is adopted.


Both results reveal that disappointment aversion induces first order effects, changing significantly the predictions of the model.


However, this can only be true if the electron energy distribution is fully symmetric and only first order effects are considered.


Note that disappointment aversion has first order effects on the buffer stock.


That is a simplifying assumption and can be thought of as a means by which to focus on first order effects.


The first order effects are links between work systems and culture; the information systems reside in the background supporting the work systems.


The matrix can be reduced to eight devices, because only the first order effects need to be considered.


We have found that this analysis accounts for first order effects and allows for order of magnitude predictions.


With proper selection, it is possible to minimize or maximize the first order effects of temperature.


We opted for simple models that account for first order effects.

