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Power law

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A power law is a special mathematical relationship between two quantities in which one quantity varies as a power of the other. Numerous examples of power laws occur in nature, for example, the frequency of any word in a language is inversely proportional to its ranking in a frequency table.

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1 subjects:power-law dcterms:modified 2017-10-09T07:39:43+00:00
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5 skos:Concept
6 rdfs:label Power law
7 skos:broader subjects:computational-biology-and-bioinformatics
8 skos:closeMatch dbpedia:Power_law
9 skos:definition A power law is a special mathematical relationship between two quantities in which one quantity varies as a power of the other. Numerous examples of power laws occur in nature, for example, the frequency of any word in a language is inversely proportional to its ranking in a frequency table.
10 skos:hiddenLabel power-law
11 skos:historyNote [skos:definition - 2014.01.21] A power law is a special kind of mathematical relationship between two quantities. When the frequency of an event varies as a power of some attribute of that event (e.g. its size), the frequency is said to follow a power law.
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13 skos:notation power-law
14 skos:prefLabel Power law
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