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transversal

[trans′vər·səl]
(mathematics)
A line intersecting a given family of lines. Also known as semisecant.
A curve orthogonal to a hypersurface.
If π is a given map of a set X onto a set Y, a transversal for π is a subset T of X with the property that T contains exactly one point of π-1(y) for each y ε Y.
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Transversals run obliquely across the general direction of the iris structure.
It is obvious that the rank-order correlation coefficients of thickness, transversal modulus, inside radius and longitudinal modulus are high, which indicates that the four variables have significant effects on the output response.
Figure 4b shows the transversal velocity profiles measured at different distances from the diffuser.
Finally, by inversing the two integral transforms in relation (2), the transversal displacements results, having the form of a time and position function, in the case of a simple supported linear elastic bar, being in rest, actioned by a constant force [f.
Figure 13 presents the transversal deformation along the three lines of LVDTs.
Gilstrap said he's always used a transversal expansion, but from now on will use cephalocaudad expansion.
A transversal [OMEGA] say is chosen for the quotient group [GAMMA]/[LAMBDA].
6 billion this year, companies need to deliver the same level of service online as they would in a physical shop, or risk losing significant revenue,' said Davin Yap, CEO, Transversal.
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