pivoting


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pivoting

[′piv·əd·iŋ]
(mathematics)
In the solution of a system of linear equations by elimination, a method of choosing a suitable equation to eliminate at each step so that certain difficulties are avoided.
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Rotating the ball above the head while Rip Pivoting.
Examples of pivoting strategies which simultaneously control the conditioning of both triangular matrices L, U are the complete pivoting (of a computational cost of O([n.
And of all shavers, over 72% prefer pivoting head razors that adjust to the contours of the face, according to Gillette research.
Pricing for the pivoting and articulating high gloss piano black or high gloss silver models ranges from $449 for to $749.
The pivoting option, which offers the user the flexibility to rotate from landscape to portrait mode, maximizes the usable screen area by allowing the user to match the mode to the task.
Forward pivoting action, housed in the cartridge itself instead of the blade handle, that allows the three blades to glide effortlessly along the surface of the skin while maintaining their progressive alignment.
the innovator in display technology, today announced the MicroScan 4T pivoting LCD, equipped with a locally powered USB hub.
Analysis can be performed by drilling, pivoting and filtering the data in either crosstabs or charts, and by selecting from a variety of aggregate functions.
a leading manufacturer of display monitors is announcing a special promotion on their pivoting 17-inch monitor, the MicroScan 17X.