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In environmental sciences, use of one kind of data from different sites to form homogeneous regions from these sites with respect to some common hydrological and geographical features and further to estimate the suitable frequency distribution of these homogenous regions gives shape to RFA (Hosking and Wallis, 1997).
Thirty test images were used, comprising homogenous images, complex textured images, and MC-rendered images.
In the present study, the most characteristic feature of parotid lipomas in both CT and MRI scans was a well-defined homogenous mass.
Importantly, the constitutive parameters of these materials are homogenous diagonal constant tensors without singularity.
We can try culturing mouse iPSCs on the same soft substrate and see if the same benefit applies to achieve homogenous stem cell cultures," Tanaka said.
Flows on homogenous spaces of algebraic groups or Lie groups, and dynamics on moduli spaces of abelian or quadratic differentials on surfaces are distinct but related areas of research with some common roots and features.
Optimal Excise Tax Policy with Non Homogenous Consumers
Therefore, to get the corresponding invariant world line element in the exterior region of a static homogeneous oblate spheroidal mass, we first replace the arbitrary function in Schwarzschild's field, f(r) by the corresponding arbitrary function exterior to static homogenous oblate spheroidal bodies, f([eta], [xi]).
Since the 1920s, textbook critics have maintained that textbooks should offer a homogenous editorial approach, including an acknowledgment of a mix of author opinion and scholarly research.
It is also natural to exploit the homogenous form for the subspace extraction, see [7] and Section 4.
In that context, Japan is an extremely homogenous country,'' adding, ''I did not say homogenous race.
We are told that the poor are a homogenous group in America, but they are homogenous neither behaviorally nor attitudinally.