Barycentric


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Bar`y`cen´tric


a.1.Of or pertaining to the center of gravity. See Barycentric calculus, under Calculus.
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The other relies on a barycentric formulation which is new and very suitable for numerical evaluations.
Since the order complex of the poset of faces of a polytope is the barycentric subdivision of the polytope, it follows that [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is a (d - 1)-sphere.
The value of the 'original' barycentric value of 1/a, i.
Eastman, J, et al, 2010, "Achieving Better Than 1 Minute Accuracy in the Heliocentric and Barycentric Julian Dates", e-Print: arXiv:1005.
Figure 5 displays leading and coda consonant confusions in both subject groups using barycentric clustering [17].
The oscillation can be minimized in most cases by using polar splines or splines based on barycentric coordinate systems.
v]4x5] of each element in the weighted matrix and the barycentric coordinates [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] of each element with respect to the positive ideal solution and the negative ideal solution.
The default linear interpolant was applied, thus the barycentric coordinates were used to perform linear interpolation within the interpolation triangle.
1] is a component of the barycentric coordinate vector, 1 [member of] L ; L is a set of loadings or force combinations.
Analytical cartography shows it roots in applied mathematics clearly in Alan Saalfeld's paper, which introduces a well known set of mathematical findings by Schnyder into cartography, and so develops a means of specifying location through topology, using barycentric coordinates.
The independent variables were barycentric coordinates that uniquely described the location of observations in space.
These integrals were evaluated using barycentric coordinates.