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car·di·oid

(kar'dē-oyd),
Resembling a heart.
[cardi- + G. eidos, resemblance]
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This wedge continues to move towards the cavity formation side, bisecting the cavity into two distinct symmetric holes and consequently forms a "cardioid" shape splash.
Modeling the Arabidopsis seed shape by a cardioid: efficacy of the adjustment with a scale change with factor equal to the Golden Ratio and analysis of seed shape in ethylene mutants.
is shown in the following figure (the cardioid is inside the domain K bounded by the "left part" of the rhodonea; the full rhodonea, called Durer's folium, is given in the right picture.
Over the upper hemisphere, the RHCP gain is basically greater than -0.6dB, having good cardioid shaped pattern coverage.
Omnidirectional, cardioid, and bidirectional response patterns were measured.
A pair of Shure SM 81 microphones (electret condenser microphones with a cardioid reception pattern) was placed 3 meters from the front row of the choir, 1.5 meters high, 8 feet/2.44 meters from the walls, and 8 feet/2.44 m apart from each other.
The 40mm drivers - exceptionally large for a behind-the-heads headset - deliver amazing audio quality, and the high-sensitivity, noise-cancelling cardioid microphone provides clear voice communication.
Better still, the Yeti Pro offers four recording modes - omni-directional, cardioid pattern, stereo and a bi-directional.
The productions were recorded by a Marantz PMD660 professional digital voice recorder using a Shure KSM109 cardioid condenser microphone placed at a fixed distance of about 40 cm from the speaker.
But the burgers and chili-cheese Fritos you consume just a little too often have contributed to a "CardioID" of 55.
We refer to Figure 4(a) below, where [C.sub.1] = [[x.sub.1] (t), [y.sub.1](t)] = [2 cost - cos 2t, 2 sin t - sin 2t], t [member of] 2 [0, 2[pi]] (shown as cardioid), and [C.sub.2] = [s, f(s)] = [s, - 2 + sin(s)] (shown as a sinusoidal curve below).
Let h(w, [theta];k) denote the support function of the pivotal section circle [differential]Y [intersection] [L.sup.3.sub.2[0]], namely the cardioid,