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whereas a1, a2 and a3 are the position vector elements of vector A.
As presented in [8], the steering axis is expressed by its direction unit vector u, and a position vector [r.
In case of computer vision, orientation and position vector [x.
Denoting the centre of local complex rotations by the position vector x and the radius of rotation by the vector [xi], a complex vector connected with both the motion of the centre of mass point and internal complex rotation is expressed as [26]
i] in the input space and a position vector on a low-dimensional regular grid, r;, in the output space.
For a geometrically exact beam, the configuration of a spatial beam can be described by the position vector of the beam centerline and an orthogonal matrix, which specifies rotation of a cross section.
This position vector is considered as a state of being occupied by a particle in the search space.
Position vector of spacelike biharmonic slant helices with timelike principal normal according to Bishop frame in Minkowski 3-space.
For the network-clustering problem, the position vector of a particle denotes a partition of the network.
j]) is reconstructed at a point represented by the position vector [?
pi])^(1/2) Radius of a circle [A=area] d/2 Radius of a circle [d=diameter] [integral] vdt Position vector [v=velocity] S (A([?
The union between these points is represented by vectors in the following form: relative position vector [r.

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