Scaling laws describe the functional relationship between two physical quantities that scale with each other over a significant interval. An example of this is power law behaviour, where one quantity varies as a power of the other.
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|9||″||skos:definition||Scaling laws describe the functional relationship between two physical quantities that scale with each other over a significant interval. An example of this is power law behaviour, where one quantity varies as a power of the other.|
|11||″||skos:historyNote||[skos:definition - 2014.01.21] A law stating that two quantities are proportional, which is known to be valid at certain orders of magnitude and is used to calculate the value of one of the quantities at another order of magnitude.|
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