sphericity


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sphere

 (sfĭr)
n.
1. Mathematics A three-dimensional surface, all points of which are equidistant from a fixed point.
2. A spherical object or figure.
3. A celestial body, such as a planet or star.
4. The sky, appearing as a hemisphere to an observer: the sphere of the heavens.
5. Any of a series of concentric, transparent, revolving globes that together were once thought to contain the moon, sun, planets, and stars.
6.
a. A range or extent of knowledge, interest, or activity: a problem that falls within the sphere of biophysics. See Synonyms at field.
b. A social level or part of society or group: knew few people beyond his partner's sphere.
c. A range of power or influence: within the sphere of the empire.
tr.v. sphered, spher·ing, spheres
1. To form into a sphere.
2. To put in or within a sphere.

[Middle English spere, from Old French espere, from Latin sphaera, from Greek sphaira.]

sphe·ric′i·ty (sfî-rĭs′ĭ-tē) n.
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sphericity

(sfɪˈrɪsɪtɪ)
n
(Mathematics) the state or form of being spherical
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Noun1.sphericity - the roundness of a 3-dimensional object
roundness - the property possessed by a line or surface that is curved and not angular
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Translations

sphericity

nKugelform for -gestalt f
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But every other part of knowledge is to be pushed to the same extravagance, ere the soul attains her due sphericity. Do you see that kitten chasing so prettily her own tail?
However, better flowing mass can possibly contain particles with higher sphericity causing lower strength.
The dependent variables were aspect ratio (Y1) so as to predict the sphericity and hardness (Y2).The generation of experimental runs, ANOVA study and optimization were carried out by Design-expert[R] software 10.
Secondly, Bartlett's test of sphericity is employed to test whether correlation matrix is an identity matrix.
Kaiser-Meyer-Olkin (KMO) measure of sampling adequacy and Bartlett's Test of Sphericity were performed which confirms the appropriateness of the sample data, where sample adequacy (.919) is above the cut off and the p-value is less than .001 for sphericity.
It should be noted that sphericity assumption was checked during conducting of repeated measurement and sphericity was assumed.
Kaiser-Meyer-Olkin (KMO) measure of sampling adequacy (KMO) and Bartlett's test of sphericity were used to investigate the adequacy of the sample size.
Orneklem buyuklugu yeterliliginin arastirilmasinda KaiserMeyer-Olkin (KMO) ve Bartlett Testi (Bartlett Test of Sphericity) kullanilmistir.
The seed area, roundness, maximum and minimum diameter, sphericity, contour irregularity, and perimeter were analyzed using 100 seeds per tree.