• 2017
• Radius is a 2017 Canadian science fiction thriller film directed and written by Caroline Labrèche and Steeve Léonard, and starring Diego Klattenhoff, Charlotte Sullivan, Brett Donahue, Andrea del Campo, Nazariy Demkowicz, and Robert Borges. (wikipedia.org)
• displaystyle
• Let γ be the adjacency operator of G: { γ : ℓ 2 ( G ) → ℓ 2 ( G ) ( γ f ) ( v ) = ∑ ( u , v ) ∈ E ( G ) f ( u ) {\displaystyle {\begin{cases}\gamma :\ell ^{2}(G)\to \ell ^{2}(G)\\(\gamma f)(v)=\sum _{(u,v)\in E(G)}f(u)\end{cases}}} The spectral radius of G is defined to be the spectral radius of the bounded linear operator γ. (wikipedia.org)
• The distance from the pole is called the radial coordinate or radius, and the angle is the angular coordinate, polar angle, or azimuth. (wikipedia.org)
• The distance from the axis may be called the radial distance or radius, while the angular coordinate is sometimes referred to as the angular position or as the azimuth. (wikipedia.org)
• The radius or radial bone is one of the two large bones of the forearm, the other being the ulna. (wikipedia.org)
• The upper extremity of the radius consists of a somewhat cylindrical head articulating with the ulna and the humerus, a neck, and a radial tuberosity. (wikipedia.org)
• atoms
• Under most definitions the radii of isolated neutral atoms range between 30 and 300 pm (trillionths of a meter), or between 0.3 and 3 ångströms. (wikipedia.org)
• In 1920, shortly after it had become possible to determine the sizes of atoms using X-ray crystallography, it was suggested that all atoms of the same element have the same radii. (wikipedia.org)
• Covalent radius: the nominal radius of the atoms of an element when covalently bound to other atoms, as deduced from the separation between the atomic nuclei in molecules. (wikipedia.org)
• In principle, the distance between two atoms that are bound to each other in a molecule (the length of that covalent bond) should equal the sum of their covalent radii. (wikipedia.org)
• Metallic radius: the nominal radius of atoms of an element when joined to other atoms by metallic bonds. (wikipedia.org)
• attribute
• Each of these three RADIUS responses may include a Reply-Message attribute which may give a reason for the rejection, the prompt for the challenge, or a welcome message for the accept. (wikipedia.org)
• often
• Because of the broad support and the ubiquitous nature of the RADIUS protocol, it is often used by Internet service providers (ISPs) and enterprises to manage access to the Internet or internal networks, wireless networks, and integrated e-mail services. (wikipedia.org)
• Species
• Vexillum radius is a species of small sea snail, marine gastropod mollusk in the family Costellariidae, the ribbed miters. (wikipedia.org)
• surfaces
• It is used to check the radius of inner and outer surfaces. (wikipedia.org)
• The body of the radius is self-explanatory, and the lower extremity of the radius is roughly quadrilateral in shape, with articular surfaces for the ulna, scaphoid and lunate bones. (wikipedia.org)
• uses
• Could someone who uses these machines explain why I should opt for radius scraping over buffing? (woodweb.com)
• The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival uses radius clauses which can prevent acts from performing in Los Angeles, the Inland Empire, or San Diego for up to three months before and after the festival. (wikipedia.org)
• value
• Applies the RADIUS salt-encryption algorithm to the given value. (php.net)
• When importing, I tried to use the radius value as the metropolitan area, but that did not produce the results I needed. (mapforums.com)
• The value of the radius may depend on the atom's state and context. (wikipedia.org)
• In mathematics, the spectral radius of a square matrix or a bounded linear operator is the largest absolute value of its eigenvalues (i.e. supremum among the absolute values of the elements in its spectrum). (wikipedia.org)
• certain
• A radius clause is a form of non-compete clause used in the live music industry, in which a tour promoter stipulates that a performer, for a certain length of time prior to or following an appearance at a concert or festival, must not hold concerts at other locations within a certain radius of the city where they are to perform. (wikipedia.org)
• Radius clauses contractually ensure that a particular act does not hold events at competing venues or festivals within a certain distance of a city in which they are scheduled to perform, for a length of time prior to and/or after the performance. (wikipedia.org)
• The film concerns a man, Liam, who after being caught in a car accident discovers that anyone who comes within a certain radius of him falls dead, and a woman, Jane, who has the ability to nullify this effect. (wikipedia.org)
• Other suspension components can be made to act as radius rods under certain conditions. (wikipedia.org)
• elements
• The following table shows empirically measured covalent radii for the elements, as published by J. C. Slater in 1964. (wikipedia.org)
• form
• The distal end of the radius is large and of quadrilateral form. (wikipedia.org)
• The body of the radius (or shaft of radius) is prismoid in form, narrower above than below, and slightly curved, so as to be convex lateralward. (wikipedia.org)
• Name
• To enable the RADIUS host and the MAX to communicate on the IP network, make sure that you include the MAX unit's name and IP address in the /etc/hosts file on the RADIUS host or in the Yellow Pages database. (chebucto.ns.ca)
• The name comes from the Latin radius, meaning ray but also the spoke of a chariot wheel. (wikipedia.org)
• The standard author abbreviation Radius is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name. (wikipedia.org)
• shows
• The picture shows the correct way of mounting the Radius arms, the small damage near the rubber bush. (picsearch.com)
• 2006 - 2008 Songs by Radius have been licensed for use in nationally broadcast Victoria's Secret television commercials, WB's TV show One Tree Hill, the NBC primetime show Las Vegas and several network television shows and movies on NBC, ABC, CBS, and syndicated programs. (wikipedia.org)
• The following proposition shows a simple yet useful upper bound for the spectral radius of a matrix: Proposition. (wikipedia.org)
• length
• Along with the proximal and distal radioulnar articulations, an interosseous membrane originates medially along the length of the body of the radius to attach the radius to the ulna. (wikipedia.org)
• Summer 2011, Radius began working on their first full-length release. (wikipedia.org)
• network
• RADIUS is an AAA protocol that manages network access. (wikipedia.org)
• To avoid the vanishing gradient problem and the exploding gradient problem in a recurrent neural network (RNN), it is desired to keep the spectral radius of the Jacobian of the hidden-to-hidden transition function near 1. (wikipedia.org)
• member
• Radius became a member of the President's Economic Expert's Team, and served as Head of the Governing Committee of the World Bank (1971-1973). (wikipedia.org)