# bisection

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## bi·sect

(bī′sĕkt′, bī-sĕkt′)
v. bi·sect·ed, bi·sect·ing, bi·sects
v.tr.
To cut or divide into two parts, especially two equal parts.
v.intr.
To split; fork.

bi·sec′tion n.
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 Noun 1 bisection - dividing into two equal parts  division - the act or process of dividing
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## bisection

[baɪˈsekʃən] N (Math) → ; (= angle) →

## bisection

n (Math) → Halbierung f
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Our conception of a compound animal, where in some respects the individuality of each is not completed, may be aided, by reflectin on the production of two distinct creatures by bisecting single one with a knife, or where Nature herself perform the task of bisection.
216) reify the so-called resistant concept album too early in the essay--skeptical readers will see this not as a peculiarity of the album, but as an incommensurability with Letts's bisection of the concept album genre.
This group filed a Notice of Constitutional Question, challenging the constitutionality of subparagraph 15(1) (c) of the CHRA on the basis that it violated the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms ("Charter bisection 15(1).
Bisection of the mass showed collagen-like tissue, but no definite histology was possible to obtain.
These coupled equations were solved using the bisection method.
To locate the zeroes of the functions, we used a Maple adaptation Zeromw of the well-known Zero root finder [5] which uses a combination of the secant method and bisection.
a clean bisection, your hands flat and pointed as spades.
Cybenko and Van Loan (Cybenko & Van Loan, 1986) presented an algorithm, which is a combination of bisection and Newton's method for the secular equation.
In earlier studies, the histological gold standard was usually ALNC with bisection of the lymph nodes, detecting only large metastases.
But it is also possible to calculate the link utilization A by method of bisection, if we know the bandwidth N and loss B [4].
Rivers (Reports: 106-108) found more differences testing visual spatial perception by the bisection of lines.

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