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bisection

 [bi-sek´shun]
division into two parts by cutting.

bisection

/bi·sec·tion/ (bi-sek´shun) division into two parts by cutting.

bisection

Division of something into two roughly equal parts.

bisection

division into two parts by cutting.
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1) is proved in [2] for a bisection based refinement, where additional bisection of non-marked elements are required to ensure uniform [gamma]-shape regularity.
t Therefore the bisection method can be used for maximizing [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Equation (1) can be solved numerically by standard bisection techniques of finding its root and was used to calculate the swelling of a polymer network of relative density 1.
Rivers (Reports: 106-108) found more differences testing visual spatial perception by the bisection of lines.
Rather, it was the proposed bisection of Washington Square Park, one of New York's most historical and beloved spaces.
On this side of the Atlantic, the 1950s and '60s beget the burning of bras and the bisection of traditional necklines.
Because we were interested in linking spatial ability with empathy, we also included a very simple task of spatial attention called the line bisection task.
It is diagnosed by observing the patient behaviour and by using some specialised tests, such as visual and sensory confrontation tests and the line bisection test.
5) This bisection of the narrative voice is reflected in the fabric of the text; Sasha's observations of the 'room grinning' and 'the clock ticking' appear in the form of an isolated, indented line.
For each replication a Subtree Pruning and Regrafting and a Tree Bisection and Reconnection swapping were performed (Swofford et al.
Finally we mention that we used the bisection method applied to the approximated functions for the numerical computation of the previous roots.
The current approach uses a bisection method and the flow diagram is given in Figure 2.