recurrence time 
A frequency analysis of our data revealed a flare recurrence time scale of 1 min.


The statistical distributions of bursts in duration, maximum flux, and recurrence time have been analyzed for this source.


(1973), this paper has finally obtained a simple approximate formula to be able to estimate the recurrence time intervalTR of earthquake on strikeslip fault.


Since the recurrence time of maximum credible earthquake can not be estimated directly from mb, empirical relationships for different seismotectonic provinces are established to convert mb to Ms, which is a suitable magnitude scale for our purpose.


(Nat Hazards Earth Syst Sci 2:5772, 2002), has been stressed here to compute average recurrence time for individual landslides and to forecast their behaviour within reference time periods.


This compares favourably with similar groups of patients who were treated with surgery alone (22/33 recurred, median recurrence time 14.8 months) or surgery plus radiation therapy (8/9 recurrences, median recurrence time 11.0 months).


Good results were achieved in 27 patients (79%); prolapse recurrence was observed in 6 (21%), the mean recurrence time being 9 months (range 124 months).


Representation of timedependent correlation and recurrence time functions


Indication of recurrence time aspects of the point processes provides a more complete representation of the correlation functions.


Markov transition probabilities IV  Recurrence time distributions


The theorem of Kac on mean recurrence time of the points x in a measurable subset E under a discrete semigroup is carried over to the case of a flow T with continuous time parameter t≧0.


Recurrence time is defined as the infimum of these parameter values t>amp;gt;0 for which the orbit of x has returned to E after having temporarily left the set E.


Under the condition that magma supply prevails over regional extension, the central vent convergence time increases, whereas the flank vent recurrence time decreases owing to inferred stress relaxation.


An example illustrates an application of the methodology to the variability analysis of the recurrence time between historical inundations of the Guadalquivir river in Spain, as time elapses with no new floods.


Earthquakes of magnitude 5 have a recurrence time of approximately 30?years.


It seems that the recurrence time chiefly depends on the nature of the primary tumour.


Increased laminin8 correlated with shorter glioblastoma recurrence time and poor patient survival making it a potential marker for glioblastoma diagnostics and prediction of disease outcome.


In April 1999 the 210 keV light curve showed a long series of quasi regular pulses with a recurrence time of about 50 s.


The enormous energy liberated in the 2004 December 27 giant flare from SGR?180620 (～5×1046?erg), together with the likely recurrence time of such events, points to an internal magnetic field strength of ≥1016?G.


We find the minimum recurrence time for the lobes of an unstable periodic orbit (i.e.

