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the center of mass of an object of uniform density

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However, as it will be shown later, the analysis of the centroid luminosity dynamic allows the identification the knock onset also when it is located out of the field of view.
If the condition (11) is fulfilled, this means that the k-means algorithm had run in a cyclic manner until the centroid vector c did not change between two consecutive cycles and the solution to the optimization problem (2) is the last obtained vector c:
After we have these k new centroids, a new binding has to be done between the same data set points and the nearest new centroid.
Actually, in this study, for every pixel in an ear image, each pixel is used as a centroid to generate the aforementioned white circle.
Based on the assumption that target vehicle is a rigid body, when moving on slope, vehicle has 7 DOF [12], that is, vehicle body centroid has 3 DOF on pitching, longitudinal and vertical movement, wheel dynamic model has 4 single DOF, shown in Fig.
The underlying research was conducted to propose an average based method for initial centroid selection instead of random selection.
Clusters 1 and 3 are both above the grand centroid.
After all items have been allocated in the previous step, calculating the centroids of the clusters obtained and reassign each item to the nearest centroid.
By calculating the mean value of the c clusters, the initial position of the natural cluster centroid can be determined.
Look at each patch to which the centroid of the nearest, then the center of mass corresponding to the bin plus 1;
Five psychoacoustics metrics, including loudness, sharpness, tonality, spectral centroid and Kurtosis, are analyzed for the cases with various gear faults.
Subtype was predicted by correlating each sample with the 3 subtype centroids and assignment of the subtype with the highest-correlation centroid (Spearman correlation).
A little over a decade ago EMS companies began to move away from centroid data to this more standard output.