transformation matrix


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transformation matrix

[‚tranz·fər′mā·shən ‚mā·triks]
(electromagnetism)
A two-by-two matrix which relates the amplitudes of the traveling waves on one side of a waveguide junction to those on the other.
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Significantly differing from the existing PCA and LLE algorithms, SDE seeks to find a set of perfect projections that can not only impact the locality of intraclass and maximize the globality of interclass, but can also simultaneously use the Lasso regression to obtain a sparse transformation matrix.
In this methodology (depending on the CSI architecture) a transformation matrix is generated to modify the FPA compressive measurements.
By assuming that each cross section is rigid, the transformation matrix between CS3 and CS4 is obtained as [T.
These parameters are converted into the appropriate format by a transformation matrix using Euler parameters [1, 3, 4].
So the 3 x 3 transformation matrix L for the transformation of coordinates from the local to the global axis can be expressed as
This spatial relationship is often represented as a transformation matrix composed of a rotation matrix and a translation vector.
Analysis of the transformation matrix components in the sample laterisasi ultramafic rocks as follows: Ni (0.
Our proposed method for encrypting the database contents is based on the Malakooti Orthogonal Transform in which its orthogonal property can be used to invert the Transformation matrix by Matrix Transpose operation instead of direct calculation of the matrix inversion, during the decryption process.
T]A, first described previously for singular value decomposition theorem of eigenvalue and eigenvector, then /we can obtain the transformation matrix.
8 mm, the voltage transformation matrix is reduced at three (3) significant digits as:

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