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rotation group

[rō′tā·shən ‚grüp]
(mathematics)
The group consisting of all orthogonal matrices or linear transformations having determinant 1.
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In terms of hydraulic systems, the new grapples feature Cat's new HR10 rotation group, with a new swivel to significantly reduce hydraulic restriction by increasing return-flow capacity by 160% and by increasing open-flow capacity by 30%.
Key words and phrases : cup-length; Lyusternik-Shnirel'man category; rotation group (special orthogonal group).
The only differences were less blood loss and a lower risk of significant hemorrhage (>1.5 L) in the rotation group (odds ratio, 0.24; 95% confidence interval, 0.13-0.64).
The noise group, rotation group, scaling group, and rotation and scaling group are created by MATLAB R2011a.
They are related to members of the cabbage family and are generally grown in the same crop rotation group. Use them to fill space from February to June before winter crops such as sprouting broccoli are planted out.
They are related to the larger members of the cabbage family and are generally grown in the same crop rotation group. Use them to fill space from February to June before winter crops such as sprouting broccoli are planted out.
Dubai The UAE has participated for the first time in the Central European Rotation Group (CERG) Executive Meeting, which took place from June 30 to July 1 in Paiana Brasov, Romania.
The UAE participated for the first time in the Central European Rotation Group (Cerg) Executive Meeting, which took place in Romania, in a bid to strengthen cooperation in civil aviation.
The study also found that among women with fetuses in the OP/OT position who were delivered vaginally, those who under-went a trial of manual rotation during the second stage of labor were delivered 30 minutes earlier on average than women who were managed expectantly, and nulliparous women in the rotation group were delivered 40 minutes earlier, compared with the expectant management group.
As an outcome of the books Louck (Los Alamos National Laboratory) and Biedenharm published in the 1980s, one plan was to extend the results for SU2 (which is a quantum mechanical rotation group of 2x2 unitary unimodular matrices) to the general unitary group U(n), based on their 30 years of collaboration.
Kimmel (Western Michigan U.) presents six papers in which economists analyze data from the American Time Use Survey (ATUS), a US Bureau of Labor Statistics-initiated project in which a random sample of the outgoing rotation group of individuals over 15 from the Current Population Survey are asked to complete 24-hour time diaries in which they report their activities in 15-minute intervals.
the unemployment rate in the first rotation group averaged 0.4 percentage points more than in the full sample.