base vector

base vector

[′bās ‚vek·tər]
(mathematics)
One of a set of linearly independent vectors in a vector space such that each vector in the space is a linear combination of vectors from the set; that is, a member of a basis.
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Similarly, the derivative of base vector with respect to the arc-length coordinate could be given by the cross product of the curvature and base vectors:
In the mutation operator of most DE variants, a mutant vector can be treated as the lead individual to explore the search space and generated by adding a difference vector to a base vector.
Three other parents are used to generate each trial vector; the base vector and two difference vectors.
The imaginary 3D base vector i of the quaternionic number space is the imaginary base number of the complex number space.
When applied to a base vector, that is rotating around the Z axis together with the yarn, this equations gives
c] is period of carrier signal, which determines the discreetness of [phi] change, [theta] is angle between the first base vector and [U.
A DE variant is usually marked as DE/x/y/z, where x denotes how the differential mutation base is chosen, y denotes the number of vector differences added to the base vector and z indicates the crossover method.
shp files and attributes and display against a backdrop of DeLorme base vector data, satellite imagery, or high-resolution aerial imagery.
Cartique Mapping is the flagship base vector mapping range, designed with a clear, attractive style fo r backdrop and presentation mapping, querying and analysis.
Transformation rules between base vectors are given by [[bar.
j]) since the covariant and contravariant base vectors are biorthogonal, as Illustrated in Fig.