Definition of Fractional process
1. Noun. A process that uses heat to separate a substance into its components.
Specialized synonyms: Destructive Distillation, Fractional Distillation
Generic synonyms: Industrial Process
Derivative terms: Fractionate, Fractionate
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Literary usage of Fractional process
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1. Optimality: The Second Erich L. Lehmann Symposium by Javier Rojo (2006)
"The Type II I(d) fractional process is defined as (1.3) (1 - B)d(Yt - Y0) = utl(t > 1). where Y0 is a random variable whose distribution is independent of t ..."
2. Therapeutic Gazette (1921)
"This I believe produces the quickest results, but it is a mistake for any one to attempt to destroy any epithelioma by a fractional process. ..."
3. The Child of Democracy: Being the Adventures of the Embryo State (1894)
"Give the "fractional" process of two- after the reality of the " addition " way ; avoid forcing the child to think of the distinctive "fraction. ..."
4. Essentials of Laboratory Diagnosis: Designed for Students and Practitioners by Francis Ashley Faught (1915)
"Experiment has shown that the fractional process gives the best results when the objects are subjected to the action of live steam (steam at ordinary ..."
5. Attention by Walter Bowers Pillsbury (1908)
"The great bulk of the whole group of forces is revealed only in the fleeting fractional process that is conscious at the moment. ..."
6. Probability, Statistics, and Their Applications: Papers in Honor of Rabi by Rabindra Nath Bhattacharya, Krishna B. Athreya (2003)
"... proceed with further differentiation of the fractional process. Subsequent m-th order derivatives will provide generalized Gaussian processes with mean ..."
7. The Harmonicon (1823)
"... of the two descriptions of full tones found in the diatonic bers is as 81 to 90, as il evident from a fractional process of the pro«tare ..."