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orthogonal

Imaging
adjective An MRI term referring to a plane or section perpendicular to the XYZ co-ordinate system.
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After singular value decomposition of the leads x time matrix of ST-T potentials in each recording we multiplied the set of the first left and right vectors and singular value to obtain the first orthogonal component (OC) T1, and the second set for T2.
The next section briefly introduces a two-dimensional deformable template along orthogonal curves and defines discrete orthogonal curves appropriate for the polygonal objects template matching in grayscale images.
Although the subscale structure of the PBS is not mathematically orthogonal, it is still reasonable to employ the seven PBS subscales as measures of different dimensions because the factors underlying the subscales are correlated in the low to moderate range.
The orthogonal polynomials that we study here are some modifications of eigenfunctions of infinitesimal operators (generators) of representations of the quantum group [U.
summability, integral transforms of hypergeometric functions, the constructive theory of approximation, orthogonal polynomials and Sobolev inner products, orthogonal and other polynomials on inverse images of polynomial mappings, and analytic number theory and approximation.
Freud weights, orthogonal polynomials, zeros, potential theory, semiclassical linear functional.
Ismail (Tampa): An extremal problem for zeros of orthogonal polynomials
com/reports/c35960) has announced the addition of Orthogonal Methods for Array Synthesis: Theory and the ORAMA Computer Tool to their offering.
There are two plan types: a simple orthogonal unit; and a triangulated unit that (when paired up) shares the diamond-shaped space defined by four columns.
Orthogonal methods for array synthesis; theory and the ORAMA computer tool.
Ceria noted that the Axioma Alpha Factor uses the portfolio to be analyzed to deduce one or more "missing" factors that are orthogonal to the original factors in the risk model.