centroid


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centroid

[′sen‚trȯid]
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centroid

The point which may be considered the center of a two-dimensional figure; the center of gravity of an area.
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Second, as mentioned above, the computation of each centroid was, in fact, repeated several times before designating specific points as [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] used to determine the line of projection.
For the model, straight line distances were used, and calculated as the distances between population-weighted EA centroids and the branch locations.
This is most likely a function of the centroid elevation for class 5E being much lower (i.
k] denotes position of the centroid for k category and [S.
This is accomplished by the categorization system utilizing a user-defined distance parameter, which is used as the radius for a sphere surrounding each subject heading's centroid.
The optimal centroids will be calculated by repeating the steps 2 and 3.
Drainage volumes for centroid of chloride (Cl) and nitrogen (N[O.
The basic idea of the alternating location-allocation ALA is recalculating the centers or centroids of the clusters and reallocating of the data vectors to the closest center or centroid:
CEs [i] means the i-th cluster centroid, 1 < i <= k.
Form K clusters assigning all points to closest centroid 4.
The GIS interface of the NTT API will provide the centroid of the AOI along with the acreage of different parcels with individual soil map units.