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Synonyms for cosine

ratio of the adjacent side to the hypotenuse of a right-angled triangle

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Further, if it is required to find phase angle, then formula is Main problem is to deal with floating numbers obtained by division operation and to find cosine inverse which is not supported in VHDL [2][3].
Cosine similarity measure of trapezoidal fuzzy neutrosophic numbers is also established.
This section gives a brief overview of the concepts of neutrosophic set, single valued neutrosophic set, interval valued neutrosophic set and cosine similarity measure.
A new hybrid compression technique for medical images by use of Lapped Biorthogonal Transform (LBT) (Malvar, 1998) and Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) (Mohammed and Abd-Elhafiez, 2009) in ROI and non-ROI respectively is applied in the proposed research.
Through years of undertaking high quality 'data led sales' work for clients, Cosine has developed a detailed knowledge of the retail industry.
This rule tells us to use: Cosine of angle times distance to target to get an effective "gravity distance.
We observe that the above theorems provide just only sufficient conditions for the integrability of cosine series.
We may provide slope to the object to change the Boundary Dimension Cosine (BDC) with respect to centre.
Sidon [6] introduced the following class of cosine trigonometric series: Let
The uncertainty of determination of the average cosine cos([[sigma].
The cosine represents the angles of the vectors and corresponds to estimate of semantic similarity.
It features a cosine receptor for irradiance measurement, a 24[degrees] viewing angle for radiance measurements, and covers a range from 200 to 500 nm with 5 nm resolution.
With the CoSine IPSX 9500 and advanced capabilities of the IPSG+ service module, we have the right portfolio of services needed to satisfy the sophisticated requirements of the leading companies that comprise the KNX.
The most common is the Cartesian or direction cosine format in which a vector is described by three values: I, J, and K respectively (Figure 1).
In this book, Eli Maor rejects the usual, and descriptions of the sine and cosine functions and their trigonomics relatives.