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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First of all, note that point sampling would produce a completely white image.
The masked team members were located near the sorter to provide additional point sampling of respirable aerosol during the experiment.
Ideally, to avoid the effect of dynamic air movement on the capture of microbial aerosols, stagnation point sampling would be used.
Developer Chris Daniel explains: "CITYgreen takes local data from aerial photographs, point sampling techniques, and ground checks, and uses this data to create Geographic Information System (GIS) maps of the city's existing forest.
Point sampling (9) at intervals T = t, t [+ or -] m, t [+ or -] 2m, yields the relationship among the temporal aggregates (10) [Mathematical Expression Omitted] where the error term is uncorrelated with information known at time T-2.
V]nuc independent of nuclear shape, which, because of point sampling, emphasizes larger nuclei rather than smaller ones.
point sampling results but for geostatistical estimation purposes did not incorporate the grades of the larger sized 100 sq.
The Wicked 3D also supports tri-linear MIP-mapped textures at a fill rate of 50 million pixels per second for richer visual detail in games than what is supported by conventional approaches like point sampling or bi-linear filtering.