regular parameter

regular parameter

[¦reg·yə·lər pə′ram·əd·ər]
(mathematics)
The independent variable that parametrizes a regular analytic curve.
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in which, we assume that the critical curve admits a non-generic turning point, where 0 < [epsilon] [much less than] 1 is the singular parameter, while a [member of] R is a regular parameter (named also breaking parameter by following Dumoutier [5]), g, f and h are sufficiently smooth functions.
For a planar smooth parametric curve r = r(t) with the regular parameter t [member of] [0,1], its generalized offset curve [r.sub.o](t) with the variable offset distance and offset direction is defined by
For a regular parameter surface r(u, v) = (x(u, v), y(u, v), z(u, v)), its two unit tangent vectors in the directions of u and v and its unit normal vector are given by [17]
The algorithm introduces the idea of LFDA into ROLDA, preserving local structure information of samples and calculating the regular parameter automatically.
Second in a series of articles which detail activities of insurance companies, associations or groups which perform public services beyond the regular parameters of policy coverage.
When space alteration is necessary, the ISS team, again going beyond the regular parameters of maintenance, has been known to build an office of locker room to specifications.