bisector


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bisector

[‚bī′sek·tər]
(mathematics)
The ray dividing an angle into two equal angles.
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The peculiarity of the structures [S.sub.4] and [S.sub.3] is that in both structures the single plate type element has the shape of an isosceles triangle, the direction of the bisector of an acute angle at the vertex of which coincides with the direction of the external magnetizing field.
(i) The rotational angle of the bisector of the groove cross-sectional area was likely to be different from the tilt or slant angle.
Csanady [2] has measured the temperature at bisector line of the tool at certain distance from the cutting edge.
The bisector method is chosen for the defuzzification.
When the defect is located on the angular bisector of the two adjacent loops, the responses of the two loops are positive, and the values are the same, as shown in Figure 7-e.
In this paper, the EWF gradients along the bisector of the main pole base angle (BAB) on the shingle writing side are analyzed using response surface methodology (RSM), as shown in Figure 3.
The bisector between sites [S.sub.i] and [S.sub.j] defines an edge of Vor(S) iff there is a point q on the bisector such that [C.sub.S](q) contains both [S.sub.i] and [S.sub.j] on its boundary with no other site [9].
On the contrary, 2# isolator is parallel to the x-axis and mounted on the intersection which is formed by the equivalent diameter circle and the perpendicular bisector of 1# and 3#.