transformation methods

transformation methods

[‚tranz·fər′mā·shən ‚meth·ədz]
(mathematics)
A category of numerical methods for finding the eigenvalues of a matrix, in which a series of orthogonal transformations are used to reduce the matrix to some simpler matrix, usually a triple-diagonal one, before an attempt is made to find the eigenvalues.
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Among the reproductive system transformation methods, the first proposed pollen-tube pathway (Zhou, 1983) showed a great success in cotton (Yang et al., 2007).
(3) The evaluation results conducted on real-world datasets show that our spatial transformation methods can achieve better security than SHC.
In previously reported transformation methods such as that described for Peacilomyces fumosoroseus, multiple integration sites of tandem arrays of the vector (Barreto et al., 1997) or homologous gene replacement (Inglis et al., 1999) were commonly seen recombination events in the transformants potentially limiting the application of the described methods.
Tobacco is the most genetically modified plant due to well-developed transformation methods easy propagation and well-studied genomes.
Therefore, in this paper, similarity transformation methods are used to access instances before manual screening, which helps improve the efficiency of instance access greatly.
Classical antenna field transformation methods work with modal expansions of the fields, where the advantageous orthogonality of the field modes is utilized for measurements performed on canonical surfaces such as planes, cylinder shells, or spheres.
Explicit surface transformation methods [32, 33] represent objects in mesh form.
Boubaker, "Analysis of radiative radial fin with temperature-dependent thermal conductivity using nonlinear differential transformation methods," Chinese Journal of Engineering, vol.
Abstract: In this study, similarity rates of the liver images which are obtained from different peoples are determined using 3D geometric transformation methods. The similarity is evaluated based on the numerical comparisons and visual results.
Stability of inheritance of transgenes in maize (Zea mays L.) lines produced using different transformation methods. Euphytica, 144: 11 22
Furthermore, establishment of transformation methods for VKD is important to understand the role of a specific gene or DNA (probably via gene knockout method) and to manipulate them in Vanda orchids [7].

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