influence field

influence field

The distribution in space of the influence of a ship or minesweeping equipment.
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Recall that a scalar field is known as influence field or influence map in games.
When a repulsor moves around in the game world, what changes is the influence field of the game, which is a discrete representation of the overall scalar field F given by (4).
Such reduction is achieved by combining [A.sup.*] search with an influence field generated by the Gaussian function F(n) given by (4) as follows:
By using this method enabling us to control the field and torque decoupling to influence field oriented loads.
An early conspirator, he was in a key position to influence Field Marshal Gunther von Kluge, commander of the central front, but was on the distant Russian front, so it fell to von Stauffenberg to carry the burden in Berlin.
This was achieved in CogniSight by editing a single parameter, the value of the maximum influence field of the neurons, which controls their level of conservatism during the learning process.
Depending upon its content, the neuron has three different states: (1) idle (does not participate), (2) ready to learn (next in line to learn a pattern), and (3) committed (learned a pattern associated to a category, and has an influence field) (figure 12).
The influence field of an object is the region within which the target is detectable by the sensors.
We assume that all the nodes present in the influence field of a given target send their data to a common aggregator.
There has been no attempt by any of the major bookmakers to influence field sizes at any of our tracks, the decision to reduce the maximum field size at Southwell being taken in the light of the various future requirements for the racing industry.
Power relations between graduate students and teacher, individual (and collective) values and interests that influence field work, and, individual researcher reflections on the process of participant observation are all examined.
It can be used to influence field sizes, and offers a potentially effective way of increasing the income of the many stables which win relatively little prize-money, and for whom increased prize-money is therefore of little help.