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haversine

[′ha·vər‚sīn]
(mathematics)
The haversine of an angle A is half of the versine of A, or is ½(1- cos A). Abbreviated hav.
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The sensitivity of different ACM generations and vehicle models to various collision pulse parameters were assessed using a haversine acceleration pulse followed by 0.
Waveform Sine, Square, Ramp, Pulse, Noise, Built-in Arbitrary Waveform 160 kinds, including Sinc, Exponential Rise, Exponential Fall, ECG, Gauss, HaverSine, Lorentz, Dual-Tone, DC Voltage, etc.
We used the Haversine formula to calculate the two distance measures.
Una tercera propuesta para calcular la distancia es la formula de Haversine (Mencia, 2006):
Patch length was computed with the haversine formula to calculate great-circle distances (as implemented in the R package argosfilter; R Development Core Team.
We use the so-called Haversine formula (Sinnott, 1984) to compute the distance between the capital city of the participating country and the host city as "the crow flies.
For all the districts, we located the value of latitude and longitude (5) and used the haversine formula for calculating the distance using the longitude and latitude of the two different locations.
The haversine formula was used to calculate the distance between coordinates.
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The Haversine formula (Wikipedia, 2009a; Wikipedia, 2009b; Sinnott, 1984) is preferred for common cases to minimize rounding errors.
The table makes use of the Haversine formula (from Roger W.
Using a haversine pulse has the experimental advantage of minimizing the bumping and noise at the start and end of each pulse.