Point method

Point method

A method of estimating the illuminance at various locations in a building, using photometric data.
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One of the most popular methods for solving problem (1.1) is the proximal point method [17,28].
To solve the optimization problem (16), the interior point method is applied.
The modelling is based on the parametric point method, an approach that allows point-scanned data to be transferred to parameterised CAD models in a way that retains the design intent intact.
However, the findings of this study have a number of important implications for future research of the productivity factor and for Use case Point method in general.
However, light well point method has shown better effects in treating complex situation such as water in weakly permeable layer, which has been widely used in foundation pit engineering and foundation treatment.
(2011), in their study of DEA cross efficiency, combined the ideal point method with the decision makers' preference to research DEA input and output weights from a distance perspective, avoiding the original decision modes of aggressive or benevolent evaluation.
Project method is a comprehensive interactive method, this method is described according to the Grist method and reference point method (Luque, 2009).
For the fixed point method, we present a generalization of Schroder's method of the first kind.
A variation on the interior point method for linear programming using the continued iteration, doi:10.1007/s00186-016-0558-9, Math Meth Oper Res, 85 (1), 61-75 (2017)
In equations 1-6 were used for the determination of intrinsic viscosity by graphic extrapolation as well as by single point method of dilute solution.
Survey Report on Software Cost Estimation Using Use Case Point Method. International Journal of Computer Science & Engineering Technology, 5(4), 280-287.
The match point method is seldom used as it is more laborious and more time-consuming.