hyperplane


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hyperplane

(ˈhaɪpəˌpleɪn)
n
(Mathematics) maths a higher dimensional analogue of a plane in three dimensions. It can be represented by one linear equation
Translations
nadrovina
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The basic approach of Kaczmarz can be modified by using a relaxation parameter a resulting in a point between the hyperplane and the point being projected (if 0 < [alpha] < 1) or between the hyperplane and the reflection of the point about the hyperplane (if 1 < [alpha] < 2).
Debreu defined separation of planes as follows: "A hyperplane H is separating for two sets A, B if A is contained in one of the closed half-spaces determined by H and B in the other" (Debreu 1959a, 95).
c]) denote the hyperplane in toyo-space defined by w'[mu] = [[pi].
In words, the equations mean that all the data points lie below or on the hyperplane defined by the parameters [mu], [delta] and [omega] and at least one data point lies on the hyperplane.
1) hyperplane in an N-dimensional isometric lattice has an N-fold axis and the dimension of that plane is N-1, the rule works for all primes.
Finally, for the special case of two machines we introduce a more sophisticated semidefinite programming relaxation and apply the random hyperplane technique introduced by Goemans and Williamson for the MAxCuT problem; this leads to an improved 1.
Its Convex-derived HyperPlane crossbar switch, and the new 440MHz PA 8500 chip, which equals Compaq's 600MHz Alpha 21264 in performance at the top end of the CPU charts, give it further advantages, says Illunminata.
d]) times (at most three times for each hyperplane h supporting a facet of a simplex in [Xi]: on h itself, and on two parallel hyperplanes parallel to h, one on each side and lying very close to h), one can determine the simplex [Delta] of [Xi] that contains x*.
A diversified competitive economy, and even one with the same degree of imperfection almost everywhere, finds itself on a hyperplane of dimensionality one less than the number of maximal extreme points.
The private key allows the recipient to determine the distance of each point from the nearest hyperplane.
Assume now that f(C) is not contained in any hyperplane in [P.
There is also a discussion of the issues involved in reconciling wave collapse to relativity (say, by making the wave function hyperplane relative as done by Fleming and others or by evading collapse altogether with a Albert--Loewer 'many minds' account), and why relativity is a particular difficulty for Bohm-type theories.