Point method

Point method

A method of estimating the illuminance at various locations in a building, using photometric data.
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We should draw attention to the fact that the inflection point method presented in this work and being applied to the analysis on non-isothermal crystallization kinetics of PET is independent of any assumptions concerning the incubation time [Tau] or the temperature-dependence of [Tau].
The problem (15) is a convex optimization problem which can be solved by using the interior point method.
The modified two-step fixed point iterative method converges faster than the fixed point method.
Temme describes the classical methods that are available for one-dimensional integrals: integrating by parts, the method of stationary phase, and the saddle point method and related steepest descent method.
An adaptation of the dual-affine interior point method for the surface flatness problem, European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 181, Issue 3, September 2007, pp.
Nemeth: Convex-and monotone-transformable mathematical programming problems and a proximal-like point method, JOGO, 11-32, 2003.
In the second one we employ a modified version of the saddle point method together with the theory of two-point Taylor expansions.
Tenders are invited for Glucose Reagent, 1 Ml Pack, God-Pod-End Point Method, Acceptable Pack Size 500 Ml Or Smaller.
The interior point method has the characteristics of fast calculation, strong robustness, and global convergence [18, 19].
To obtain a suboptimal solution for this problem, an interior point method [20] is used.
Various optimization techniques such as nonlinear programming (NLP) quadratic programming (QP) interior point method (IPM) linear programming and hybrid versions Newton method and sequential unconstrained minimization have been implemented to solve OPF problem [4-6].