articulation point

articulation point

[är‚tik·yə′lā·shən ‚pȯint]
(chemical engineering)
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Therefore, an articulation point of the graph represents a brick where many parts of the model are connected.
where, subscript 'a' refers to the articulation point and KO is the kingpin offset.
Nevertheless, in case of failure of an articulation point, network connectivity can be successfully obtained in more than 91% in the evaluated scenarios, which is comparable to the results obtained by a centralized algorithm.
Each Arabic letter has a Makhraj (an exit or articulation point from which it originates) and Sifaat (attributes or characteristics).
It is possible to get the pitch you want without using the optimal oral-cavity shape and size or articulation point of release.
the choice of 'or'--the articulation point of the hinge or the
The frame is split at the articulation point so the front and rear portions transport on separate trailers.
In fact, the back halves (i.e., from the articulation point back) of the two types of machines are nearly identical: specialized loaders usually offer the same engines, transmissions, and differentials as small conventional wheel loaders.
, to produce the articulation points in a correct fashion, the speaker reduces the space between the jaws during the articulation of speech sounds.

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