zero vector

zero vector

[′zir·ō ‚vek·tər]
(mathematics)
The element 0 of a vector space such that, for any vector v in the space, the vector sum of 0 and v is v.
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Particularly, the assaulter can first utilize a zero vector as the beginningK = [([t.
S] shows space vector amplitude, DC voltage, modulation index, active state vector computation time, zero vector computation time and switching period respectively.
Along with appropriate zero vector, these voltage and current vectors can be applied to create the required magnitude and direction of output voltage vector as well as input current vector.
p/q] must be a zero vector, as shown in (14), which can be regarded as a linear system of q + 1 equations with p + 1 unknowns.
If there is only a static gravitational field with zero vector potential, then [D.
3) there is a unique vector 0 in V , called the zero vector, such that a + 0 = a for all a in V;
Since the gradient of the function at the optimum point is a zero vector and close to the optimum point a vector with a small norm, the optimum of the function [n.
Translating the centroid to the zero vector will simplify the study of it.
Finally, the optimization process is terminated when the search direction vector becomes a zero vector (0, 0, 0, 0).
If we define a sequence of infinite vectors to be convergent if the sequence of j-th components converges for every j, then the sequence that represents the evolution of the contents of the urn converges to the infinite dimensional zero vector.