unit vector

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unit vector

[′yü·nət ′vek·tər]
(mathematics)
A vector whose length is one unit.
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where M is the face model, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is normalized vector of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and svm is the linear classifier.
The normalized vector x lies on the one-sheet hyperboloid H = {x [member of] V |B(x, x) = 1}.
t] is the normalized vector field obtained from f[[partial derivative].
2] is the spacelike normalized vector field d[[xi].
SA] of q-instants, each of which is represented at each time t by a normalized vector of the Hilbert product space [H.
Normalized vector magnitude (dB) [+ or -] 1 max, [+ or -] 0.
Thus we can restrict our quest for the normalized vector [[parallel]v[parallel].
We first define a three-dimensional normalized vector p for each pixel
We define negation in term of vectors orthogonality in the vector space, where the scalar product of two orthogonal normalized vectors (i.
The normalized vectors are sent to the training algorithm to cluster them into categories.
To do so, the symmetrized spread of the normalized vectors of [V.
If the two vectors are both normalized to a length of 1, the size of the angle between them has a one-to-one correlation to the distance between the endpoints of those normalized vectors.

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