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evolute

[′ev·ə‚lüt]
(mathematics)
The locus of the centers of curvature of a curve.
The two surfaces of center of a given surface.
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Mati said the Evolute platform includes features for retaining the punctal plug within the nasolacrimal system of the eye during drug elution and sustained release formulations currently in development for the treatment of post-operative pain and inflammation.
Switzerland-based asset manager regulatory services provider SwissComply is joining fintech company Evolute to form Evolute Group AG, the firm said.
As well as the premium hybrid and electric vehicle applications, Evolute is seeing interest in more efficient automated manual transmissions for conventional powertrains, particularly in developing markets such as India.
In other words, although the signaling process of MMM is similar to that of EVOLUTE, it seeks the optimization of the overall mobility management through various improved techniques.
Followed by the low turbulence and further flocculation in the Evolute feedwell, this provides the optimal environment for flocculation and aggregate growth, minimizing flocculant usage and increasing settling rates.
Assilina test are radial hyaline, biconvex, planispiral evolute form [5].
Sebbene siano entrambe nordeuropee ben nate, evolute e un po' viziate, il sud le tocca in modo diverso.
com)-- Evolute has been contracted by New Directions Behavioral Health to build a solution using Microsoft BizTalk for transitioning to HIPAA 5010 as well as to enhance existing HIPAA support to include referral and approval (278) transactions in order to bring the company to HIPAA 5010 compliance.
All taken together: arrows, senses, love, devotion, natural elements, and actions cause the entire universe to evolute by the powers of "attribution" (maya shakti) as well as to spur Creation to involute back into its source by the powers of "abstraction and consciousness" (chit shakti).
This frame presents the circle of curvature at the point of trajectory, the centre of the curvature, the evolute that draws the centre of curvature and the arrows proportional to the real velocities and accelerations.
Also, the curve [alpha] is called the evolute of the curve [alpha]*.