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approximation

 [ah-prok″sĭ-ma´shun]
1. the act or process of bringing into proximity or apposition.
2. a numerical value of limited accuracy.
successive approximation shaping.

ap·prox·i·ma·tion

(ă-prok'si-mā'shŭn),
In surgery, bringing tissue edges into desired apposition for suturing.

approximation

/ap·prox·i·ma·tion/ (ah-prok″sĭ-ma´shun)
1. the act or process of bringing into proximity or apposition.
2. a numerical value of limited accuracy.

ap·prox·i·ma·tion

(ă-prok'si-mā'shŭn)
In surgery, bringing tissue edges into desired apposition for suturing.

approximation

surgical apposition of wound edges in preparation for suture insertion

approximation,

n a massage technique in which muscle fibers are pressed together along the direction of the fibers in order to relieve cramping.

approximation

1. the act or process of bringing into proximity or apposition.
2. a numerical value of limited accuracy.

normal approximation
approximation of the actual distribution of a variable by a normal distribution.
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bar]: PFS(U) [right arrow] PFS(U)are referred to as the upper and lower PF approximation operators, respectively, and the pair PR(A) = ([PR.
It is apparent that the approximation error is decreasing with the bandwidth.
Then (U, R) is called the Pawlak approximation space.
Such problem definition is ideologically similar to one-dimensional option of "cut-glue" approximation.
Korovkin, Linear Operators and Approximation Theory, Hindustan Publ.
The result of the approximation of a sawtooth function using 128 harmonics is shown in figure 2.
A crown is added for the fourth level of approximation, with the clamped boundary condition imposed near the center of the crown.
Approximation of One Variable of New Type Bernstein Polynomials
The first-order GMF approximation in two-dimensions is expressed as