incentre

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incentre

(ˈɪnˌsɛntə)
n
(Mathematics) geometry the centre of an inscribed circle
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[18], the coordinates of the incenters of triangles corresponding to triangular fuzzy numbers [mathematical expression not reproducible] are (0.6184,0.7519) and (0.7135,0.8709), respectively.
Another approach for the ranking and ordering of fuzzy numbers is given by Akyar et al., based on the incenter of a triangle, which is the center of an inscribed circle (see [2, 18]).
Little Suite Downs, Lamont Divertimento Druckman, Jacob Incenters for Solo Trumpet, Horn, Trombone and Orchestra Duckworth, William Transparent Interludes Ducomnun, Samuel Petit Concert Dunn Christmas Suite Dyk, Dieter Drei Tanze Dzubay, David Antiphonal Fanfare #2 Effinger, Cecil Stanley Trio Concertante for Brass Trio and Chamber Orchestra Erickson, Suite a Trois Margaret S.
As conductor of the Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, he led first recordings of such modern classics as George Crumb's Ancient Voices of Children and Jacob Druckman's Incenters, both of which contained many new problems of notation, rhythmic execution, and interpretation.
The definition of the incenter of a triangle is a center of triangle's inscribing circle, and be constructed as a point where three angle bisectors intersect.
Not only for incenter. but also for circumcenter, centroid, and excenter, we had similar procedure.