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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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Specify the cluster number and based on the cluster number the centroids will be initialized randomly.
Each region is represented by a centroid reference vector.
The radially symmetric kernel function is another surface method used to create a density surface using centroids of areal units (Goodchild et al.
Secondly, we apply the k-means algorithm on the new dataset without mentioning any of the excepted data points, the k-means algorithm will work normally and results the clusters and centroids of the given new dataset.
The Euclidean distance (offset) between the centroids of the source and target cells.
DISCUSSION--In southern latitudes after males have dispersed, size of home range and annual movements between centroids of home range dictate extent of use of landscapes by adult males (Webb et al.
To improve the performance of Algorithm 1, recalculation of the centers or centroids are performed for the altered clusters only.
Furthermore, models were examined excluding participants with exposures assigned to ZIP code centroids to evaluate the potential impact of exposure measurement error resulting from geocoding error.
The reason is that the object i has the nearest distance with the j-th cluster centroid in all cluster centroids.
The line through centroids [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] intersects one of the hyperplanes near the common intersection x [member of] G.
The training function of the categorization system then calculates the centroids associated for each set.