Riemannian


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Adj.1.Riemannian - of or relating to Riemann's non-Euclidean geometry
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In this last approach, Riemannian optimization, which generalizes classical optimization techniques, is a popular concept.
Finster and Kamran propose causal fermion systems and Riemannian fermion systems as a framework describing non-smooth geometries, in particular, providing a setting for spinors on singular spaces.
Then K is a maximal compact subgroup of G and G/K is a Riemannian symmetric space.
The components of quasi-conformal like curvature tensor W in a Riemannian manifold ([M.sup.2n+1], g)(n > 1), are given by
Carriazo ([6])), and in almost product Riemannian manifolds (B.
Notice that, for curves [gamma] isometrically immersed in a Riemannian manifold, H is nothing but the geodesic curvature of [gamma], [kappa], and W(S) boils down to
Let [M.sup.2n] be a generalized almost Hermitian manifold, with the generalized Riemannian metric G and the compatible generalized almost complex structure J.
Recently, the Riemannian approach employed in the feature extraction process enables direct manipulation of multichannel signal covariance matrices, which are used as features.
Let (M, g) be a homogeneous Riemannian manifold, i.e.