 length frequency

An arrangement of recorded lengths which indicates the number of times each length or length interval occurs.
Fisheries — dictionary. Aardward. 2004.
Fisheries — dictionary. Aardward. 2004.
length frequency — An arrangement of recorded lengths which indicates the number of times each length or length interval occurs … Fisheries — dictionary
lengthfrequency distribution — (modal size) The number of individuals of a catch or catch sample in each length interval ( modal size is the length group in which most individuals occur). Some distributions may show several modes, reflecting fish of different ages … Fisheries — dictionary
lengthfrequency distribution — the number of individuals encountered in each length interval … Dictionary of ichthyology
Frequency Scanning Interferometry — (FSI) is an absolute distance measurement technique, for measuring the distance between a pair of points, along a line of sight. The power of the FSI technique lies in its ability to make many such distance measurements, simultaneously. For each… … Wikipedia
Frequency (producer) — Frequency Background information Birth name Bryan Fryzel Born January 4, 1983 … Wikipedia
Frequency response — is the measure of any system s spectrum response at the output to a signal of varying frequency (but constant amplitude) at its input. In the audible range it is usually referred to in connection with electronic amplifiers, microphones and… … Wikipedia
Frequency — For other uses, see Frequency (disambiguation). Three cyclically flashing lights, from lowest frequency (top) to highest frequency (bottom). f is the frequency in hertz (Hz), meaning the number of cycles per second. T is the period in seconds (s) … Wikipedia
Frequency comb — A frequency comb is the graphic representation of the spectrum of a mode locked laser. An octave spanning comb can be used for mapping radio frequencies into the optical frequency range or it can be used to steer a piezoelectric mirror within a… … Wikipedia
Frequency spectrum — Familiar concepts associated with a frequency are colors, musical notes, radio/TV channels, and even the regular rotation of the earth. A source of light can have many colors mixed together and in different amounts (intensities). A rainbow, or… … Wikipedia
Frequency (statistics) — In statistics the frequency of an event i is the number ni of times the event occurred in the experiment or the study. These frequencies are often graphically represented in histograms. We speak of absolute frequencies, when the counts ni… … Wikipedia