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quintic

(ˈkwɪntɪk)
adj
(Mathematics) maths of or relating to the fifth degree: a quintic equation.

quin•tic

(ˈkwɪn tɪk)
Math. adj.
1. of the fifth degree.
n.
2. a quantity of the fifth degree.
[1850–55; < Latin quīnt(us) fifth + -ic]
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(11.) A quintic in age is chosen because for each of the three gender-defined samples, coefficients of all five age terms are significant, whereas adding the sixth power renders all of the age terms insignificant without changing the RD estimate.
Sport video analysis firm Quintic, the brainchild of Dr Paul Hurrion, has worked with footballers to hone penalty kicks, as well as the England rugby team on goal kicking--which uses a similar imaging setup as penalty kicks.
Moon, "Topological criterion for selection of quintic Pythagoreanhodograph Hermite interpolants," Computer Aided Geometric Design, vol.
Broggi, "Quintic G2-splines for the iterative steering of vision-based autonomous vehicles," IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, vol.
In [15], quintic B-splines are used to blend linear segments to enhance the smoothness of cornering motion and cycle time of CNC machine tools.
Similar potentials in terms of elementary functions through quartic and quintic reductions of (3) are rather cumbersome; we omit those.
The nonlinearities of memory oscillators include quadratic, cubic, quintic, absolute, maximum, sign, exponential, sine, and tangent hyperbolic functions.
Finally, it is found that a quintic polynomial function like (8) fits the results quite well,
Quintic B-spline collocation methods have been used for the numerical solution of the KdVB, RLW, MRLW, General Rosenau-RLW, and the coupled KDV equation by Zaki [31], Saka et al.
Jerk limited trajectory generation and quintic spline interpolation," International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture, vol.
Moreover, linear, cubic, and quintic situations are considered for computational examples.
Navaneethakrishnan, "Free vibration of layered truncated conical shell frusta of differently varying thickness by the method of collocation with cubic and quintic splines," International Journal of Solids and Structures, vol.