Ideal Elements

Ideal Elements

 

in geometry, elements (points, lines, planes) which are added to the Euclidean plane or Euclidean space in the study of problems in projective geometry. (SeeELEMENTS AT INFINITY.)

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Over time, the grid and other ideal elements, "a gridded crossroads village," "its central square," or an "attempt at orderliness and regularity" became design motifs that connected these utopian experiments to each other (102).
Examine the differences between current and ideal elements of patient care technician training programs and satisfaction with various elements.
This is the first research to examine the current structural elements of the training program and explore the differences between the current and ideal elements of PCT training programs.
In DiscoverTable, Wang (the local host) and Chua (the fellow) will further extend their advocated tables to cover not only the ideal elements but also non-ideal elements with additional state variables, which will reflect the latest advance in modern information technology (IT) because most of real-world molecular and nano-electronic elements have multiple state variables.
com will enable a global conversation about the ideal elements of PCs.
The only elements that can be simulated are ideal elements.
A Wilkinson divider using these parameters was then simulated in ADS 9 using ideal elements to verify performance.
Concrete action is the most difficult part of the process; the ideal elements or preconditions of development may not come together in a reasonable time.
The ocean has similar ideal elements that impact aging - temperature, pressure, humidity, pressure motion, light -- or lack thereof -- and oxygen," said Gustavo Gonzalez, Mira Winery Winemaker.
I finally felt I had all the ideal elements in place.
As growing numbers of manufacturers and publishers rely on indirect channels of distribution for product sales, identifying the ideal elements of a channel program represents one of the most complex problems confronting their marketing executives," explained Richard March, senior director of CIS.