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a curve or surface whose equation (in Cartesian coordinates) is of the second degree

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NSITEXE has taken a stake in quadric.io because of its industrial EPU development technology, which it will incorporate into in-vehicle specifications required for automated driving.
At the core of this conceptualization is the tension between dialectical dimensions (concrete/abstract and active/reflective) which is solved by mental operations of experience prehension and its transformation, by considering learning as a spiral quadric cycle in which people learn through experience, that support the translation of experiences into concepts, allowing their application in new experiences: concrete experience, abstract conceptualization, reflexive observation and active experimentation (Figure 1).
And [V.sub.aui] and [V.sub.adi] for each participant were averaged again (i = 1,2......, N, N is number of rounds a driver's trip on the helical bridge), and then the quadric mean speed was obtained, as shown in Figure 18.
Based on the classic quadric cost assumption used in our model, startups find it always beneficial to invest in quality.
According to formula (3), [W.sub.D] exhibits an impact of quadric relationship on [chi].
Heckbert, "Surface simplification using quadric error metrics," in Proc.
It addresses the aforementioned updating issue by converting the problem to that of minimizing several quadric functions iteratively, in which energies can be expressed in a simpler manner and their derivatives form a linear system.
38), "learning is the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience." At the core of this conceptualization, one may find the tension between dialectical dimensions, concrete/abstract and active/reflective, which is solved by mental operations of grasping experience and its transformation, by considering learning as a spiral quadric cycle where people learn through experience, which support the translation of experiences into concepts, allowing their application in new experiences: concrete experience, abstract conceptualization, reflective observation and active experimentation.
Designed by Rene Barba for Ligne Roset, Quadric is perfectly monochromatic, yet doesn't take itself too seriously.
YANG, Variational mesh segmentation via quadric surface fitting, Comput.-Aided Des., 44 (2012), pp.
Then the quadric curve (1) was used to fit the data, and finally calculate the corneal curvature according to the curvature formula (2).
In effect, for nearly all tests performed, the quadric programming component could not solve an instance within 20 minutes.
The quadric j, k that describes the surface around this point, illustrated in Figure 3, is given by [4] as follows:
In the field of nonlinear dynamics, memristors can be as fundamental elements for the designs of new nonlinear circuits substituting other nonlinear devices, whereupon many memristor-based chaotic oscillators were presented by using HP memristor and the other memristor models of piecewise linear, quadric, and cubic [phi]-q (flux-charge) functions.
This is a system of binary quadric equations about [[xi].sup.2.sub.1], [[xi].sup.2.sub.2] and one can calculate [[xi].sub.1, [[xi].sub.2] through solving the equality system.