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centroid

(sĕn′troyd) [″+ ″]
A mathematically calculated center of a complex or three-dimensional object (e.g., the left ventricle of the heart, a polypeptide, or a rural county).
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Luo, "Image centroid algorithms for sun sensors with super wide field of view," Cehui Xuebao/Acta Geodaetica et Cartographica Sinica, vol.
In the kinematic equation set of the dual-spinning projectile, kinematic equations of the movement of the centroid and the attitude change of the projectile body relative to the ground coordinate system are established.
Although the mirror slope error of the dish concentrator would increase the geometry size of the focal spot and decrease the flux peak value of the focal spot [24], it would not influence the centroid position of the focal spot.
where [u.sub.ij] is the membership function, N is the number of data, [c.sub.j] is the centroid of the clustering, and [x.sub.i] is the ith data.
Each dataset may include highgrade scoliosis, kyphosis, and fractures, which is along with ground-truth centroid of each vertebra.
(a) Coronal plane: the coronal plane consists of the glenoid cavity centroid, the trigonum spinae, and the inferior angle.
Additionally, the centroid of luminosity for each image was calculated as the brightness-weighted average of the x and y coordinates of all pixels.
To determine the spatial habitat movements of each grade during 1990-2014, the moving centroid of each grade was tracked for different periods of time, as displayed in Figure 8.
Each time window has its own P dimensional vector, and again the length of the difference between that vector and the cluster centroid is taken as a measure of how well it represents the cluster.
where [I.sub.y] is rotary inertia of vehicle body along y axis, [l.sub.f] is distance between front axle and centroid, [l.sub.r] is distance between rear axle and centroid.
The standard deviation is represented by the area around the centroid (p=shape factor).
On the other hand, if the subtracks cannot be properly operated, immediately after the centroid of the robot body passes through the highest edge of the step, it will be pulled by gravity and will fall while rotating around the edge, causing excessive shock when landing on the upper floor.