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Synonyms for euclidean

relating to geometry as developed by Euclid


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The Euclidean distance of ideal virtual machine deployment point combined with CPU, memory, disk and bandwidth of all the enabled physical nodes in the data center is used to measure the deviation degree between current system and the best system during the process of virtual machine deployment.
In [6,9], it has been shown that there exists a Euclidean (resp.
Keywords: heuristic, euclidean, bounded diameter minimum spanning tree, constrained diameter, greedy
Several authors studied the integral curves by using matrix of a linear vector field in Euclidean and 3-dimensional Lorentz-Minkowski spaces.
The first step of enriching the class of uniform measures on convex domains to that of non-negatively curved (""log-concave"") measures in Euclidean space has been very successfully implemented in the last decades, leading to substantial progress in our understanding of volumetric properties of convex domains, mostly regarding concentration of linear functionals.
Three distance functions are often used in digital image processing they are: City-block distance Chessboard distance Euclidean
In taxicab geometry, the perpendicular bisector and the circle are defined in the same way as in Euclidean geometry, but they look quite different.
But this won't do; mathematics has long since moved beyond Euclidean geometry, however important it was for creating the enterprise of mathematics as we know it.
Define combined Euclidean distance of the set J as the sum of the Euclidean distances of each joint associated with the motion of interest:
In [7], Dillen, Petrovic and Verstraelen studied Einstein, conformally flat and semisymmetric submanifolds satisfying Chen's equality in Euclidean spaces.
Euclidean Distances were introduced in [1] in order to derive the galactic density profile which is the evolution of galactic density over time.
Errors have been corrected in the third edition and parts of the Fast Euclidean Algorithm chapter have been refreshed.
If we set out to solve a problem by non-euclidean geometry, we don't switch to euclidean postulates.
THE KING OF INFINITE SPACE: EUCLID AND HIS ELEMENTS considers the basics of Euclidean geometry and what it says about Euclid, linking a vivid survey of geometry with a biography of its maker, the man who first organized geometric knowledge into a system.
While the Euclidean metric is often used by default, I argue that many others represent plausible consumer preferences.