point set

point set

[′pȯint ‚set]
(mathematics)
A collection of points in a geometrical or topological space.
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Our approach will be very tedious for higher values of k as with the increase in the number of points in the point set, the number of point configurations increases exponentially.
Meanwhile, the students of various departments collected funds worth Rs 1,25,000 at the collection point set up in the university.
A geometric graph is a graph G = (V, E) drawn in the plane, such that V is a point set in general position (meaning that no three points of V lie on a common line) and E is a set of straight-line segments whose endpoints belong to V.
'The exchange process is taking place on various spots around the kingdom to lay the ground for women sitting behind the wheels on the roads - a turning point set to be actualised on June 24,' SPA said.
The exchange process is taking place on various spots, around the kingdom, to lay the ground for women sitting behind the wheels on the roads, a turning point set to be actualized, on June 24, the Saudi Traffic said in a statement.
The fixed point set of such a mapping is exactly the diagonal; however, the fixed point set of a general (continuous) mean-type mapping only covers the diagonal and may not be contractible.
Mazhar Kalhoro and Executive Engineer Works and Services, Syed Ashaque Hussain Shah, on Wednesday, the deputy commissioner inspected fixed point set up at the hospital for administration of polio vaccine to children and inquired about the number of children provided vaccine at the center.
* Alignment and transformation of detected minutiae into a reserved point set R,
The space of all the rectangulations of a point set P (within a rectangle R) can be explored using the following two elementary operators introduced in [2] (refer to Figure 2).
If the test point is on the outside of the torus and the test point is at the center axis of the the torus, we know that the orthogonal projection point set is a circle which is perpendicular to the center axis of the torus; If not, the analytical expression for the orthogonal projection point problem is also given.
School partners of DG Khan and Kot Chutta tehsils were provided textbooks from distribution point set up at Yusuf Colony in DG Khan.
The first three volumes cover point set topology, measure spaces, Hilbert and Banach spaces, distribution theory, the Fourier transform, and complex analysis.