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barycentric

(mathematics)
Centre of gravity, mean.
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Amplitudes of the white and flicker noises show a clear correlation with its minimum centred at approximately 50[degrees]N, where the barycentre of the EPN network is located.
To check the safety of the sections for the bending moments (Ultimate Limit State), additional moments were added due to the eccentricity of the barycentre due to the reduction of the section in order to take into account for local buckling, as specified in Eurocode 3 (2004).
CORR](T) is the timing correction at time (t) to compensate for not observing from the Solar System Barycentre and other smaller timing issues, [delta][T.
Key factors in their classification are the position of the components relative to the barycentre of the system, their colour, magnitude and in particular the degree to which their Roche lobes have been filled.
The mean of time variation abundances was obtained by calculating the barycentre of the data, using the formula: B = Z(Mi * abundance)/T(abundance), where Mi is the number of the ith month, from 1 to 12.
The return of these facets is modelled as a point scatter located at the barycentre position, according to the method presented in [22].
1990) Barycentre motion of beams due to beam-beam interaction in asymmetric ring colliders.
To remove this effect, astronomers calculate when the pulses would have arrived at the Solar System's centre of mass, or barycentre, around which all the planets orbit.
and the barycentre of the cluster of attained points (***, 1998), for "n" robot's commands.
The northern Apennines is that part of the Apennine range is closest to the actual barycentre in the distribution area of Fagus sylvatica which more or less corresponds to central Europe.
Additional qualitative variables and the barycentre of each cluster are illustrated on the principal plane in Figure 7, and the characteristics of each cluster are indicated in Table 6 (B) and Table 7 (C).
We will make use of the term centroid rather than barycentre used by other authors, but we will consider the two terms equivalent in our context.