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barycentric

(mathematics)
Centre of gravity, mean.
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2) Distance of each position from the barycentre of all GPS fixes (meters), as a measure of the animal's displacement from the centre of its activity.
where [X.sub.b,j+1], [Y.sub.b,j+1]--coordinates of the (j + 1)-th barycentre with respect to the OXY, [[psi].sub.j]-- the angle between line segment connecting j-th and the (j + 1)-th barycentres and OX axis.
The photon arrival times at the X-ray device are corrected to the solar system barycentre (SSB) arrival times via the orbit data.
where [x.sub.g] is robot barycentre coordinate of x-axis, [y.sub.g] is robot barycentre coordinate of y-axis, [z.sub.g] is robot barycentre coordinate of z-axis, [[??].sub.g] is the acceleration of x-axis, and [[??].sub.g] is the acceleration of y-axis.
In general, the rounded square shape has the axis of the handle vertical through the pot body, perpendicular and pointing to the horizontal plane; and a round shape has the axis of the handle perpendicular to the generatrix of the pot body, pointing to the barycentre on the body.
4), where the barycentre of the EPN network is located.
* This refers to the International Celestial Reference System, which is the standard celestial coordinate system centered at the barycentre of the Solar System, with axes that are fixed with respect to objects in far-reaches of the cosmos.
The centre, called the Barycentre, is often within the mass of the Sun, but not always.
The initial variables have been centred, so that the barycentre of data points corresponds to the PC axis origin.
It is essentially based on the formula used to calculate the barycentre of the light signals, starting from the relative weights of the amount of photons collected by the single PMTs.
Without the searching process, we mandatorily consider that the center point is seen by not only the barycentre of the Gauss domain, but also the barycentre of the domain involving some nodes.

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