bisection


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bisection

 [bi-sek´shun]
division into two parts by cutting.

bisection

Division of something into two roughly equal parts.
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Having restricted Rahn's question, I now broaden it to include not only bisection, but division of intervals into any fixed number of equivalent parts.
Kalaycioglu, "Line bisection task performance and resting EEG alpha power," The International Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Certain species of sea urchin, sand dollar, and sea star larvae fully regenerate after bisection through the axial plane (Vickery and McClintock, 1998; Vickery et al., 2002).
A good initial guess for x[+ or -] lessens the number of evaluations of [F.sub.n] in a bisection approach and thus accelerates overall evaluation of [mathematical expression not reproducible].
The number of tested specimen per series varied from series to series due to the choice of the starting bond length and the effort of interval bisection method.
Line Bisection. 44% of children (number of tested children = 75) presented with abnormal values.
Flanker interference effects in a line bisection task.
Different techniques like bisection, myomectomy and intramyometrial coring were employed to remove bigger size uteri.
% Search a local minimum in the direction of the gradient [nabla]J ([W.sup.(m)]) via a bisection search
Pen and paper assessments include star and letter cancellation, line crossing, line bisection, free drawing and shape copying tasks.
Bisection of present foreign body revealed that it was tricho-phytobezoar which was densely packed with hair and plant fibers along with fine powdered rumen cud around these fibers.