Computing the Image of the Centre of Concentric Circles
. The circle [C.sub.1] intersects the line [L.sub.i] at two points [A.sub.i], [A'.sub.i] (i = 1,2,3), and circle [C.sub.2] intersects the line [L.sub.i] at two points [B.sub.i], [B'.sub.i] (i = 1,2,3), as shown in Figure 1.
For instance, the large circle of the Church of Santi Maria e Donato contains a small concentric circle
comprised of black letters set in a white band of opus tessellatum indicating the Church was built in September 1141 'in nomine domini nostri jesu Christi', In the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ.
(3) Feature extraction by concentric circles
. ROI is considered as a bag and its subregions can be viewed as the instances of the bag.
It seems clear that Warren's model incorporates concentric circles
and considers evil peripheral to divine reality or to personhood.
The exhibition, opening Thursday at the Paco Imperial Cultural Center in downtown Rio, brings together more than five dozen paintings, silk screens and collages covered in Milhazes' signature riot of saturated color, concentric circles
, upbeat flowers and meandering arabesques.
Though most people do not know its name, the Fresnel lens is a familiar object, a floppy or solid lens engraved with concentric circles
that focus and intensifies light far more than is possible with a metal mirror, and without the great weight of a traditional lens.
Substantial savings are being demonstrated in malls where LED fixtures are turned off or dimmed in shrinking concentric circles
after stores closed.
Outlining his alternate blueprint, Juncker said: "I could imagine a Europe of concentric circles
with a strong core of fully integrated member states and with other member states on the outer circles - but the circles will not be perfect".
Or make concentric circles
as a target area and see if you can throw beanbags (or balls/oranges) into the circles to score points.
That's probably the first encounter with concentric circles
most of us have--the pupil in the iris.
Star rating: IN his epic poem Divine Comedy, Dante describes Hell as nine concentric circles
of increasing suffering, in which unrepentant sinners are condemned to punishments that fit their crimes.
Shake off any excess juice, and arrange the pieces in the pan, standing on their sides, in concentric circles
, embedding them into the mix.