###### learner

- We provide many resources and services to you as a distance/online learner but also welcome you to come into our office for assistance when you are on campus. (shsu.edu)
- First, a distance learner should utilize at least one of the many tools available to schedule and track his or her time. (bellaonline.com)
- As a distance learner, it may be difficult for you to stop by the reference desk or schedule a face-to-face conference with a librarian. (uga.edu)

###### mathematics

- In mathematics , the Euclidean distance or Euclidean metric is the "ordinary" straight-line distance between two points in Euclidean space . (wikipedia.org)

###### Euclidean

- With this distance, Euclidean space becomes a metric space . (wikipedia.org)
- A generalized term for the Euclidean norm is the L 2 norm or L 2 distance. (wikipedia.org)
- Describing a vector as a directed line segment from the origin of the Euclidean space (vector tail), to a point in that space (vector tip), its length is actually the distance from its tail to its tip. (wikipedia.org)
- The Euclidean norm of a vector is seen to be just the Euclidean distance between its tail and its tip. (wikipedia.org)
- In one dimension, there is a single homogeneous, translation-invariant metric (in other words, a distance that is induced by a norm ), up to a scale factor of length, which is the Euclidean distance. (wikipedia.org)
- In two- and three-dimensional Euclidean space , the distance formulas for points in rectangular coordinates are based on the Pythagorean theorem . (britannica.com)
- Finding the global positioning of points in Euclidean space from a local or partial set of pairwise distances is a problem in geometry that emerges naturally in sensor networks and NMR spectroscopy of proteins. (pnas.org)

###### Search

- Here are some of the distance learning jobs that I found by doing an online search. (bellaonline.com)

###### compute

- Your code does not compute an L2-norm for the distances between the points as it is. (mathworks.com)
- You can try some words and sentences to compare each other and you can follow the distance table to understand how to compute the distance of your strings. (codeproject.com)

###### Walking Distance

- To meet the goal of providing education for all of Mali's children, EDC assisted the Ministry in developing an alternative for dealing with two major barriers to attendance: walking distance to school and low population demographics. (edc.org)
- Everything a person needed on a regular basis lay within walking distance. (islandpress.org)
- Living where things were beyond walking distance ultimately became, for many people, a recipe for frustration. (islandpress.org)
- In Within Walking Distance , journalist and urban critic Philip Langdon looks at why and how Americans are shifting toward a more human-scale way of building and living. (islandpress.org)
- To improve conditions and opportunities for everyone, Langdon argues that places where the best of life is within walking distance ought to be at the core of our thinking. (islandpress.org)
- The new urban era is upon us and Within Walking Distance may be the best guidebook to explore how people and places are making this period a reality. (islandpress.org)
- In Within Walking Distance , Phil Langdon has given voice to the everyday people working to build vibrant, walkable places in their own communities. (islandpress.org)

###### algorithm

- This source code is for understanding the Levenshtein Edit Distance algorithm easily. (codeproject.com)
- I am hoping my implementation would be useful for people who work to understand The Levenshtein Edit Distance algorithm. (codeproject.com)
- This code snippet will teach to understand the Levenshtein Edit Distance algorithm easily. (codeproject.com)
- This translates to a simple and efficient algorithm that is robust to noisy distance data. (pnas.org)

###### work

- The techniques for determining distances to more distant objects are all based on various measured correlations between methods that work at close distances and methods that work at larger distances. (wikipedia.org)

###### coordinate

- Distance formula , Algebraic expression that gives the distances between pairs of points in terms of their coordinates ( see coordinate system ). (britannica.com)

###### strings

- For example, if two strings of length 1,000,000 differ by 1000 bits, then we are inclined to think that those strings are relatively more similar than two strings of 1000 bits that have that distance. (wikipedia.org)
- The edit distance between two strings is defined as the minimum number of edit operations required to transform one string into another. (codeproject.com)

###### long-distance

- And these simulations seem to match up with the long-distance reality of spider travel. (newscientist.com)
- Now that China Telecom no longer maintains a state-supported monopoly of voice-and-data communications, its five recently created rivals - Unicom among them - each are scrambling for a piece of the market of 65 billion long-distance minutes that Chinese businesses and individuals generate each year. (fastcompany.com)
- Last year, Unicom had the capacity to provide 1.1 billion long-distance minutes in China - including both VOIP and traditional calls. (fastcompany.com)
- Currently i am a Unix Sys Admin in the New York area, am planing to enrol in a Long Distance degree programme in Computers /info Tech.I need help, can anybody reconmend a good school? (techrepublic.com)

###### points

- The length of the line segment between these points defines the unit of distance and the direction from the origin to the second point is defined as the positive direction . (wikipedia.org)
- In this manner real numbers can be associated to points on the line (as the distance from the origin to the point) and these are the Cartesian coordinates of the points on what may now be called the real line . (wikipedia.org)
- The distance between any two points on the real line is the absolute value of the numerical difference of their coordinates. (wikipedia.org)

###### students

- Career Services is here to assist all SHSU students and has multiple online resources available to assist Distance and Online students with career exploration and planning. (shsu.edu)

###### measure

- The ladder analogy arises because no single technique can measure distances at all ranges encountered in astronomy. (wikipedia.org)
- Instead, one method can be used to measure nearby distances, a second can be used to measure nearby to intermediate distances, and so on. (wikipedia.org)
- Radar is used to measure the distance between the orbits of the Earth and of a second body. (wikipedia.org)

###### next

- Each rung of the ladder provides information that can be used to determine the distances at the next higher rung. (wikipedia.org)

###### come

- The most important fundamental distance measurements come from trigonometric parallax. (wikipedia.org)

###### high

- Presently the orbit of Earth is determined with high precision using radar measurements of distances to Venus and other nearby planets and asteroids, and by tracking interplanetary spacecraft in their orbits around the Sun through the Solar System. (wikipedia.org)

###### whose

- This line segment may be translated along the line to build longer segments whose lengths correspond to multiples of the unit distance. (wikipedia.org)

###### keep

- Keep your distance I'm nothing like you. (lyricsfreak.com)
- Keep your distance I don't need you. (lyricsfreak.com)
- Keep your distance. (lyricsfreak.com)

###### form

- The components to you running a faster middle-distance run are your VO 2 Max, efficiency of your form, speed and strength of your muscle, body composition, and how your body deals with lactic acid. (angelfire.com)
- It doesn't even matter what your distance is, the same rule applies to all of them: if your form isn't efficient, your performance will suffer. (angelfire.com)