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harmonic average

[här‚män·ik ′av·rij]
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This integration with Harmonic means that we can jointly offer a complete cloud-based platform that does just this - and can be run on a variety of different cloud environments, commented Ron Yekutiel, Kaltura Co-founder, Chairman and CEO.
In the past, these topics have included: symmetry in architecture, projective and descriptive geometry, soap bubbles and minimum surfaces, systems of proportions, geometry and urban design, the development of structural forms, the use of arithmetical, geometrical, and harmonic means, calculations of domes and arches, linear algebra and geometric forms, music theory and architecture, fractals in architecture, etc.
However, such an approximation does not exist in the cases of the arithmetic and harmonic means.
Nowicki, On the arithmetic and harmonic means, Dynamical Systems, World Sci.
On the left I have summarised the traditional geometric construction that illustrates the inequality relating the arithmetic, geometric and harmonic means of two positive real numbers.
Maciejewski wrote: "My harmonic means are based on the natural acoustic phenomenon of the overtones.
Harmonic means were first calculated at the observations, then at grid points.
Part 2, "Webern's Compositional Process," in revealing details of the composer's working habits, considers the role of manuscript and sketch study not as a means to uncover the trajectory from initial idea to finished work, but as a means to fathom Webern's struggle to develop new motivic and harmonic means of expression.
Recalculating their combined ecological estimates for these two populations using the revised harmonic means (table 1) and expressing them relative to the genetic estimates gives ratios of 0.
terms to calculate geometric means, harmonic means, skewness, kurtosis, slopes, intercepts, etc.
Table II contains the performance data from Table I converted to mflops and the mean performance measures as expressed by the arithmetic, geometric, and harmonic means.
In all examples of section 1 the harmonic numbers notions were suggested by the consideration of the harmonic means of the considered divisors.