The elegant metal surface, made of brushed and anodized aluminum, clearly shows the high quality standards of CHERRY, while the voronoi cell
structure on the side of the mouse gives the mouse a unique touch.
Construction of the Voronoi diagram on [THETA]([square root]n) points and utilization of two perpendicular DSLs in each Voronoi cell
could have a potential, but one should first prove that such dynamic partition is generally possible, and then provide an efficient region splitting algorithm.
Based on the random locations, the service area for each AP is obtained as a Voronoi cell
Each seed locates at the center of one region, also known as a Voronoi cell
. The region is composed of the set of all points that are closer to that seed than any others.
For a given set of seeds, the Voronoi cell
of a seed is defined as the points of space that are closer to that seed than any other.
To overcome some of the limitations discussed above, Ghosh and his coworkers proposed a new numerical method known as the Voronoi cell
finite element model (VCFEM) to analyze heterogeneous materials.
The Voronoi cell
shape rigid particles are generated to reduce mesh bias on the crack initiation and propagation, which is ensured by the random geometry.
Each small cell is characterized as a voronoi cell
by constructing a voronoi tessellation .
As a result, the area is organized in clusters (Voronoi cell
); each of them allocated a single actor, which serves as the cluster head, within the cell.
Then, a Voronoi cell
of a set of weighted points X [subset or equal to] B can be written as [mathematical expression not reproducible], and the Voronoi complex of B is the collection of all [v.sub.X] for X [subset or equal to] B .
(3.) A voronoi cell
in this context is the inferred spatial coverage area of a BTS, assuming the BTS is located at the inferred area's center of gravity.