nearest neighbor


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nearest neighbor

the basis for the means of analyzing the spatial relations of free-living populations; consists of measuring distance between infected herds and their nearest neighbors.
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Nearest Neighbor interpolation is applicable when we want to increase the size of an image, it duplicates each column.
To develop the model, three steps would be introduced, first, by analyzing the traffic spatial and temporal characteristic proposed nonparametric regression (NPR) and k nearest neighbor (XNN) method.
Among them are: time-delay neural networks (TDNN), Nearest Neighbor Method (NNM), Nearest Neighbor (Correlation), Nearest Neighbor (Absolute Distance) and ARMA (Auto Regressive Moving Average) Models.
We used the same characteristics and data as in the nearest neighbor approach.
When only the first nearest neighbor is requested (e.
c] of the particle shown in the central cell, it is sufficient to only consider particles within the central cell and each of its eight nearest neighbor cells (where [r.
Meritec has announced that it has achieved the less than 1 percent nearest neighbor crosstalk goal within its Direct Attach 4X and 12X InfiniBand[TM] connector design.
Located on a secluded Cancun beach three kilometers from its nearest neighbor, Freedom Paradise charges $195 per person a night.
Four variables were created to assess the distribution of leishmaniasis cases: the prevalence of active lesions in other members of the same household, the prevalence of scars in other members of the same household, the prevalence of active lesions in the nearest neighbor households, and the prevalence of scars in the nearest neighbor households.
This was done by using a technique that observes both the variance between the value of an attribute at one point and the nearest neighbor to that point.
In addition, nearest neighbor cluster analysis was used to distinguish between the effect on gas and shrinkage porosity.