hypersurface


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hypersurface

(ˈhaɪpəˌsɜːfɪs)
n
(Mathematics) maths a type of submanifold
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Another important ETT approach is the random hypersurface models (RHMs) [7-9], which assumes that the measurements are randomly selected from a hypersurface defined by a shape function.
Some of the found results belonging to the obtained Pareto hypersurface are presented in Table VII, where I1 to I8 are the input parameters from Table I.
An SVM constructs a separating hypersurface between two categories of data, which can be used for classification, separation and detection of two classes.
The limit state function represents a hypersurface in N dimensional random variable space that separates the space into failure and nonfailure regions.
5: This illustration tries to show schematically a hypersurface at time T with our Observable Universe surrounded by other similar Observable Universes, arbitrarily positioned, some of them overlapping.
One aspect of that analysis of which a casual user of quantum-chemical programs might be unaware is that the concept of a curve or hypersurface of potential energy, supposed to govern the relative locations and motions of atomic nuclei, is valid only in the immediate vicinity of a point of a local minimum energy, corresponding to a particular molecular structure or conformation; any extrapolation of calculations away from that immediate vicinity must again be deprecated, with such results possibly at great variance with experimental data [17].
A group of hypersurface normals (polynormal), containing geometry and local motion information, is extracted from depth sequences.
Caption: Figure 2: The geodesic from an initial position to a terminal position on the terrain modelled as a hypersurface in [E.
Some topological invariants of isolated hypersurface singularities, EMS summer schoolEger (Hungary), 29 July-9 August (1996).
Relations between hypersurface cross ratios, and a combinatorial formula for partitions of a polygon, for permanent preponderance, and for non-associative products.
X] = m, then X is a smooth quadric hypersurface [Q.