• It is worth mentioning that spheres can often simplify various problems in physics. (omnicalculator.com)
• Matlab for Radioactivity in Hyper Physics Example : Let a follicle in the thyroid gland be approximated by an absorbed dose per breakdown from the respective radionuclides, i, i.e. dE/A to the sphere? (freelancer.com)
• In this paper, we introduce a new algorithm that determines a more precise search radius by considering the current channel realization and received signal. (psu.edu)
• I need an algorithm that can give me positions around a sphere for N points (less than 20, probably) that vaguely spreads them out. (stackoverflow.com)
• This blog post recommended had two ways allowing input of number of points on the sphere, but the Saff and Kuijlaars algorithm is exactly in psuedocode I could transcribe, and the code example I found contained "node[k]", which I couldn't see explained and ruined that possibility. (stackoverflow.com)
• Steven C. Hill, Craig K. Rushforth, Robert E. Benner, and Peter R. Conwell, "Sizing dielectric spheres and cylinders by aligning measured and computed resonance locations: algorithm for multiple orders," Appl. (osapublishing.org)
• An algorithm for determining the size of dielectric spheres and cylinders by aligning measured and computed resonance locations is presented. (osapublishing.org)
• The algorithm performs well when tested with groups of computed resonance locations of spheres (synthetic data) and with measured fluorescence emission spectra of spheres exhibiting as many as 5 orders of resonance. (osapublishing.org)
• studies probed confined spheres' dynamics averaged over the slit pore's thickness and only indirectly addressed how a sphere's mobility changes as it moves relative to confining walls. (nyu.edu)
• It is simple to imagine that a line intersecting a sphere can result 0 intersections, 1 intersection (if tangent) or at most 2 intersections. (codeproject.com)
• Based on some of the latest measurements, it is estimated that Earth has a polar radius (i.e. from the middle of Earth to the poles) of 6,356.8 km, whereas its equatorial radius (from the center to the equator) is 6,378.1 km. (universetoday.com)
• Problem 13.185 A 9.13 kg sphere A of radius 90 mm moving with a velocity magnitude v(0)= 2 m/s strikes a 830 g sphere B of radius 40 mm which is hanging from an inextensible cord and is initially at rest. (jiskha.com)
• Actually i wrote this code without assuming velocity could be zero, i just modified my ray-sphere intersection. (gamedev.net)
• Strictly speaking, spheres are the only solids to have radii, but broader uses of the term radius are common in many fields, including those dealing with models of Earth. (wikipedia.org)
• The modeling of the radiative cooling time of a hot sphere can give some insights into the role of radiation in cooling hot objects. (gsu.edu)
• Wasastjerna estimated ionic radii by considering the relative volumes of ions as determined from electrical polarizability as determined by measurements of refractive index . (wikipedia.org)
• This is because the greater covalent character of the bonds in AgCl and AgBr reduces the bond length and hence the apparent ionic radius of Ag + , an effect which is not present in the halides of the more electropositive sodium, nor in silver fluoride in which the fluoride ion is relatively unpolarizable . (wikipedia.org)
• Assuming full channel knowledge at the receiver, socalled sphere detectors perform a tree search and generate multiple hypotheses about the transmitted symbol, from which soft output information can be derived for each bit. (psu.edu)
• Are spell and other area of effects 2d (as in, they affect a flat grid only) or are they 3d (as in, they affect cubes and spheres)? (google.com)
• The closest packing and connection of equiradius spheres by geodesic vectorial lines is isotropic (everywhere the same)- 60 degree associations, not 90 degree. (greatdreams.com)
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