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 (kyo͞o′bə-cho͝or′, -chər)
1. The determination of the volume of a solid.
2. Cubage.


1. (Mathematics) the determination of the cubic contents of something
2. (Mathematics) Also called: cubage cubic contents
[C17: from cube1 + -ature, on the model of quadrature]


(ˈkyu bə tʃər, -ˌtʃʊər)

1. the determination of the cubic contents of something.
2. cubic contents.
[1670–80; cube1 + -ature, after quadrature]
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In the course of a feasibility study / preliminary planning, An architectural office is currently preparing a concept study for the building in order to investigate the urban integration, The cubature and areas, The cost framework and the interfaces to the neighboring new construction of the public parking garage.
The are several building objects of greater cubature as: markets, school and church.
Recently, there is a research [27] that embedded a third-degree spherical-radial cubature rule into the Bayesian filter to build a kind of new filter named CKF.
Looking in turn at novel advances in algorithm design and applications, they consider such topics as elements of random set information fusion, distributed detection and data fusion with heterogeneous sensors, a nonlinear information fusion algorithm for an asynchronous multisensor based on the Cubature Kalman filter, accumulated state densities and their applications in object tracking, a granular sensor-fusion method for regenerative life support systems, feature and data fusion with medical images, and data fusion in intelligent traffic and transportation engineering.
ENGELS, Numerical Quadrature and Cubature, Academic Press, London, 1980.
Taylor, "A diagonal-mass-matrix triangular-spectral-element method based on cubature points," Journal of Engineering Mathematics, Vol.
However, they were able to construct frames that were actually tight, by performing exact discretizations of integrals, by using appropriate cubature points.
Dragomir, An Ostrowski Type Inequality for Double Integrals and Applications for Cubature Formulae, RGMIA Res.
Writing for graduate students and researchers with experience in functional analysis and numerical methods, the authors describe applications for new procedures of approximation, most of which include approximate quasi-interpolation, interpolation, least square approximation, cubature of integral operations and wavelet approximations.
It would be no problem to install new counters there, but it would result in a bigger cubature (cubic space), further security equipment, additional staff and an increase in costs.
For all the three mounds, varying in geometry, cubature and the way of securing, the vectors of dislocations show some compliance in the direction and trajectory of the dislocation trails, i.