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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i], it can be expressed in terms of its barycentric coordinate of the facet where this keypoint lies on, as:
Moreover, the barycentric properties of a Bezier curve provide local control which is essential in designing a path.
There are several references related to polynomial Hermite interpolation in one and several variables, including barycentric implementations; cf.
Figure 3 indicates that the imputation sets and corresponding cores in barycentric coordinates are calculated by TUGlab package [35].
A linear interpolation is used on tetrahedra for the soft tissue model, the displacement ut of a tissue constraint point placed inside a tetrahedron is given by the barycentric coordinates and the displacement [DELTA]qt of the 4 nodes ut = Jt[DELTA]qt.
Note that a point x [member of] [DELTA] with barycentric coordinates ([x.
i] define the barycentric coordinate corresponding to the i-th vartex [p.
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.
Christiansen, "A dual finite element complex on the barycentric refinement," Math.
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].