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an·tip·o·dal

(an-tip'ŏ-dăl),
Denoting opposite positions; positioned at opposite sides of a cell or other body, especially one with poles or symmetry.
See also: contralateral.

antipodal

(an-tip′ŏ-dăl) [Gr. antipous, with feet opposite]
Located at opposite positions, e.g., at the north and south poles.
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Their algorithm follows from the generalization of the notion of an antipodal pair of points for a single polygon, as illustrated in Fig.
In this paper we attempt to assess statistically the degree of major Earth relief forms antipodal location by correlation relationship of various indicators.
d] two vertices are antipodal if and only if their difference is J, we can also define [PC.
Topsakal, "A small antipodal Vivaldi antenna for ultrawide-band applications," IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, Vol.
Dadgarpour, "Design and optimization of compact balanced antipodal Vivaldi antenna," Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol.
2] may be regarded as hyperbolae for F1 and the antipodal point to [F.
While lots of interesting things are recorded by your antipodal partner, you are forced to repeat the same observation for the next 185,000 years.
Continuities is a modest two-person retrospective (of the work of Ann Roberts and Mimi Cabri) that successfully reveals the different and antipodal artistic strategies pursued consistently by these mature Canadian ceramists.
The condition that N and M are odd is imposed to avoid antipodal configurations, which introduce singularities, [4], [11].
Looks into "Whitman's unending elusiveness" and his "inclusive malleability," arguing that "the elusive and inclusive elements of Whitman appear in antipodal harmony," forming "the dense web of nuances in which his poetry's meaning resides"; claims that "Whitman deeply desires that the audience continue their quest to 'fetch [him]' on his quest to contain the universe, and yet he constantly eludes our grasp because of malleable text.
This breadth of uses of these antipodal figures was reflected in the 'salon hang' which proved so successful at the New Museum, where Condo's portraits were hung three or more high to fill an entire wall.
Singleton [10] has introduced the concept of antipodal graph of a graph G as the graph A(G) having the same vertex set as that of G and two vertices are adjacent if they are at a distance of diam(G) in G.