smooth curve

smooth curve

[¦smüth′kərv]
(mathematics)
The range of a function from a closed interval to a Euclidean space such that each of the Cartesian coordinates of the image point is a continuously differentiable function on the closed interval.
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His forehead was too lofty--unusually so--and under it there was a straight nose, lost between the hairless cheeks, that in a smooth curve ran into a chin shaped like the end of a snow-shoe.
The antenna reduces the generation of higher order modes and reduces VSWR to produce a very smooth curve over the entire frequency range," says Gray.
The bottom quarter is a smooth curve, bowl-like, but the remainder consists of tapering rows of crackle and smoother rings, like threads on a screw, which, in fact, the sculpture resembles.
The French curve is used to connect points in a smooth curve, and it's invaluable in garment pattern drafting for necks, armscyes and truing or blending seamlines.
For all integers d, g with d [less than or equal to] 16 and 1 [less than or equal to] g [less than or equal to] 3 W does not contain any smooth curve C of genus g and degree d with dim((C)) = 3.
Peak flood discharges observed at gauging stations present in Indus and Jhelum River basins were then plotted against drainage area and a smooth curve was drawn to cover or envelope the highest plotted points.
j] ([kappa] [member of] R), the motion of a charged particle of unit mass and of unit speed is expressed as a smooth curve [gamma] on M which is parameterized by its arc-length and that satisfies [[nabla].
I was very worried about my ability to generate a smooth curve at the steep deviations from spherical that such a paraboloid calls for," he recalls.
In Figure 2 the behavior of the pseudo-residuals can be appreciated for the data in both types of days, where it is clear that for ordinary days the higher values are between 7 am and 9 am, the hours of higher dispersion in CO concentration, while the smooth curve presents lesser values during the early morning, which is expected since at that time we found the lowest dispersion.
over the smooth curve of the belly into the shade of that other
It's surprisingly quick and easy to cut a smooth curve with a circular saw.
If we draw a smooth curve through these points, then it seems reasonable that the 'in between' powers of 2 such as [2.