perpendicular bisector

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perpendicular bisector

[‚pər·pən¦dik·yə·lər ′bī‚sek·tər]
(mathematics)
For a line segment in a plane or in space, the line or plane that is perpendicular to this segment and passes through its midpoint.
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Second, it has first been observed in [6] for 2D newest vertex bisection that the number #[T.
In order to validate the effectiveness of ART-TPP algorithm, we compare it with the other two well-known algorithms: random partitioning (ART-RP) and bisection partitioning (ART-BP).
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To assess the reliability of the measurements of subtalar joint angles using goniometers, we marked the two bisection lines twice.
Bisection of the mass showed collagen-like tissue, but no definite histology was possible to obtain.
These coupled equations were solved using the bisection method.
Cybenko and Van Loan (Cybenko & Van Loan, 1986) presented an algorithm, which is a combination of bisection and Newton's method for the secular equation.
In earlier studies, the histological gold standard was usually ALNC with bisection of the lymph nodes, detecting only large metastases.
Neglect was measured by the line bisection test where 0 is < 5 mm from midline and 2 is > 20 mm (Parton et al 2004).
Nowadays, improvements in embryo micromanipulation techniques have led clinicians to the use of embryo bisection technology in the majority of preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) centers and in commercial embryo transfer programs in domestic animals.