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centroid

(sĕn′troyd) [″+ ″]
A mathematically calculated center of a complex or three-dimensional object (e.g., the left ventricle of the heart, a polypeptide, or a rural county).
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The linear acceleration in LA is along a line determined by two centroids, whereas the line used by the Pierra and Dax algorithms uses a predetermined point and one newly-computed centroid.
The CSD centroids, shown in the above graphics, can be generated by weighting the geographic locations of the EAs making up each CSD according to population.
Where xn is a vector representing the nth data point and uj is the geometric centroid of the data point in sj.
For the most part, class 4C has the same centroid values as class 3C, except that the EM38h is slightly larger (101 mS/m) and represents the northern end of the depressed area, and is associated with the artificial drain along the western side of the field.
The centroid has been calculated according the formula 4.
g) Number of neighboring pairs holding a territory with centroid to centroid distance <300 m.
A training set is the collection of documents selected to represent a subject heading and is then used to determine its associated centroid.
Specify the cluster number and based on the cluster number the centroids will be initialized randomly.
If a centroid file is submitted, we ignore the rotation column and determine it ourselves.
4 and the centroid data for the org-N BTC (Table 4).
Greece: coordinate of centroids (Source: own processing) Agency Coordinate of centroid Cluster no.
Searching for the centroid takes less computational resources than searching iteratively for the center in case of the Weber problem and the ALA method works faster in this case.