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Logistic

, those logarithms (devised by John Speidell, 1619) of which the base is 2.7182818; -- so called from Napier, the inventor of logarithms. Logistic or Proportionallogarithms., See under Logistic.

, those logarithms (devised by John Speidell, 1619) of which the base is 2.7182818; -- so called from Napier, the inventor of logarithms. Logistic or Proportionallogarithms., See under Logistic.

Logistic

Logistic Lo*gis"tic, Logistical Lo*gis"tic*al, a. [Gr. ? skilled in calculating, ? to calculate, fr. lo`gos word, number, reckoning: cf. F. logistique.] 1. Logical. [Obs.] --Berkeley. 2. (Math.) Sexagesimal, or made on the scale of 60; as, logistic, or sexagesimal, arithmetic. Logistic, or Proportional, logarithms, certain logarithmic numbers used to shorten the calculation of the fourth term of a proportion of which one of the terms is a given constant quantity, commonly one hour, while the other terms are expressed in minutes and seconds; -- not now used.

Logistic Lo*gis"tic, Logistical Lo*gis"tic*al, a. [Gr. ? skilled in calculating, ? to calculate, fr. lo`gos word, number, reckoning: cf. F. logistique.] 1. Logical. [Obs.] --Berkeley. 2. (Math.) Sexagesimal, or made on the scale of 60; as, logistic, or sexagesimal, arithmetic. Logistic, or Proportional, logarithms, certain logarithmic numbers used to shorten the calculation of the fourth term of a proportion of which one of the terms is a given constant quantity, commonly one hour, while the other terms are expressed in minutes and seconds; -- not now used.

Logistic

Logistic Lo*gis"tic, Logistical Lo*gis"tic*al, a. [Gr. ? skilled in calculating, ? to calculate, fr. lo`gos word, number, reckoning: cf. F. logistique.] 1. Logical. [Obs.] --Berkeley. 2. (Math.) Sexagesimal, or made on the scale of 60; as, logistic, or sexagesimal, arithmetic. Logistic, or Proportional, logarithms, certain logarithmic numbers used to shorten the calculation of the fourth term of a proportion of which one of the terms is a given constant quantity, commonly one hour, while the other terms are expressed in minutes and seconds; -- not now used.

Logistic Lo*gis"tic, Logistical Lo*gis"tic*al, a. [Gr. ? skilled in calculating, ? to calculate, fr. lo`gos word, number, reckoning: cf. F. logistique.] 1. Logical. [Obs.] --Berkeley. 2. (Math.) Sexagesimal, or made on the scale of 60; as, logistic, or sexagesimal, arithmetic. Logistic, or Proportional, logarithms, certain logarithmic numbers used to shorten the calculation of the fourth term of a proportion of which one of the terms is a given constant quantity, commonly one hour, while the other terms are expressed in minutes and seconds; -- not now used.

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- The Royal Logistic Corps provides logistic support functions to the British Army. It is the largest Corps in the Army. The Royal Logistic Corps (RLC)...

- A logistic function or logistic curve is a common S-shaped curve (sigmoid curve) with the equation f ( x ) = L 1 + e − k ( x − x 0 ) {\displaystyle f(x)={\frac...

- In statistics, the logistic model (or logit model) is a statistical model that models the log-odds of an event as a linear combination of one or more independent...

- statistics, the logistic distribution is a continuous probability distribution. Its ****ulative distribution function is the logistic function, which appears...

- Logistic equation can refer to: Logistic map, a nonlinear recurrence relation that plays a prominent role in chaos theory Logistic regression, a regression...

- The logistic map is a polynomial mapping (equivalently, recurrence relation) of degree 2, often referred to as an archetypal example of how complex, chaotic...

- collection, mail deliveries, public utilities, and after-sales services, logistical problems also need to be addressed. Logistics deals with movements of...

- LOH-jit) function is the quantile function ****ociated with the standard logistic distribution. It has many uses in data analysis and machine learning, especially...

- curve or sigmoid curve. A common example of a sigmoid function is the logistic function shown in the first figure and defined by the formula: σ ( x )...

- The Royal Logistic Corps provides logistic support functions to the British Army. It is the largest Corps in the Army. The Royal Logistic Corps (RLC)...

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