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centroid

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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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Calculate the distance (Euclidian distance method) between the centroid and the pixel which is not clustered.
C is the number of centroids within the study area; and
temp] and the final centroids from step 7 into data structure [S.
The centroid metric is a measure of the Euclidean distance between the centroids of the source and target cells between two consecutive frames.
To determine how far each deer moved after 1 year, we used the distribution of distances shifted by the centroid of home range based on the proportion of deer in each distance class.
Thus, it is emphasized that analysis by the centroid method allows for classification of a genotype not only for adaptability but also for stability, and the latter is more precise when the probability value of the grouping is close to or greater than 50%.
of the objective function (2) and a set of corresponding centers or centroids [[chi].
5] concentrations assigned to ZIP code centroids resulted in stronger relationships between ambient [PM.
CEs [i] means the i-th cluster centroid, 1 < i <= k.
3 that the Cimmino-type projections used to compute the centroids of steps 2 and 4 is typically repeated several times before designating points as [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]
The refined set of documents can be used as a training set, recalculating the centroids for each category.
The CSD centroids, shown in the above graphics, can be generated by weighting the geographic locations of the EAs making up each CSD according to population.