base vector

base vector

[′bās ‚vek·tər]
(mathematics)
One of a set of linearly independent vectors in a vector space such that each vector in the space is a linear combination of vectors from the set; that is, a member of a basis.
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To date, in these preliminary studies of unarmed intravenous administration of the base vector VNP20009, no evidence of tumor shrinkage was observed.
Vion intends to initiate a clinical trial of TAPET-CD by intratumoral administration this year, and by intravenous administration pending completion of the IV trials of the base vector.
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In the mutation operator of most DE variants, a mutant vector can be treated as the lead individual to explore the search space and generated by adding a difference vector to a base vector.
After that, with respect to the base vector selected from the neighborhood of the current vector, the direction information is introduced into the mutation operator by selecting the vectors from the better and worse groups respectively to construct the difference vector.
When applied to a base vector, that is rotating around the Z axis together with the yarn, this equations gives
It should be kept in mind that each point has its own triplet of base vectors [e.
Dot products of the base vector give a set of symmetric numbers which are called metric coefficients.
If r is the position vector of an arbitrary point P , then prior to deformation, the covariant base vectors [[?
shp files and attributes and display against a backdrop of DeLorme base vector data, satellite imagery, or high-resolution aerial imagery.
j]) since the covariant and contravariant base vectors are biorthogonal, as Illustrated in Fig.
The material coordinates and the covariant base vectors [g.