Example 3: Monitor Direct VNA method

Maximum Relative Distance = 10

Alternatively, if you have specified that the Maximum Neighbor Distance is infinite, but the

Maximum Relative Neighbor Distance should have a value of, say, 10, then BenMAP would

calculate the ratio of the distance for each monitor to distance of the closest monitor. In this case,

the ratios would be 1 (=25/25), 2 (=50/25), 4 (=100/25), 8 (=200/25), and 16 (=400/25), and

BenMAP would drop the monitor with a ratio of 16. BenMAP would then calculate an inversedistance

weighted average of the monitor values as follows:

Example 4: Monitor Direct VNA method

Inverse-distance squared neighbor scaling

In addition, you can specify the an inverse-distance-squared weighting of the monitors. Let us

say that you have left unchanged the defaults (infinite values) for Maximum Neighbor Distance

and Maximum Relative Neighbor Distance, and specified that the Weighting Approach is

inverse-distance-squared. BenMAP would then calculate an inverse-distance-squared weighted

average of the monitor values as follows:

n301 - n302 - n303 - n304 - n305 - n306 - n307 - n308 - n309 - n310 - n311 - n312 - n313 - n314 - n315 - n316 - n317 - n318 - n319 - n320 - n321 - n322 - n323 - n324 - n325 - n326 - n327 - n328 - n329 - n330 - n331 - n332 - n333 - n334 - n335 - n336 - n337 - n338 - n339 - n340 - n341 - n342 - n343 - n344 - n345 - n346 - n347 - n348 - n349 - n350

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