simple curve

simple curve

[′sim·pəl ¦kərv]
(mathematics)
A curve that does not cross itself or touch itself.
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In the field of analytic representation here we can add and modify various 3D objects begins with simple curve or a circle and ending with a complex 3D surface.
Hubbell's delivery was easier and more artful, but after developing the film, we discovered that he hadn't thrown a screwball but a simple curve ball.
The first film in the series is "A Simple Curve," filmed in the mountains of British Columbia.
Using this connection, he and Richard Kenyon of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver showed that the two-dimensional shadow of such a crystal always has a distinctive shape and lies inside a simple curve.
In work beyond simple curve machining, wire frame models would not be necessary if specific CAM functions allowed for the grabbing of shared solid-edges or surface face extremities to be used directly as machining entities.
Spiral curves allow railroad cars to proceed into a simple curve without derailing.
To connect to the existing pumping station is then about another jacking DN 1400 (about 190 m) to the north planned with a simple curve from the pump station site from.
With collections ranging from embroidered satin to simple curve hugging seamless mesh, there's something here for every mood, style and body type.
Since each reflector contains only a single simple curve, the mirrors can be formed by tensioning a reflective foil over a frame that has a parabolic contour along one axis.
Pure geometry and simple curves portray the awful emotions of the Passion narrative and their modern lines harmonise with the Cathedral's rich architecture.
For a contemporary frameless look the single curved bath screen with its simple curves is the perfect option.
The designers translated bold concepts like the optimism and exuberance that define Rockefeller Center, used architectural principles set forth by some of Hilton New York's iconic neighbors like the Seagram Building, Time-Life Building, and the Lever House, and embraced Donald Deskey's love of simple curves, lacquered walnut, and his appreciation for the "sound and energetic American man of business.