9781466517295 Continuous time dynamical systems; state estimation and optimal control with orthogonal functions.
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O stands for Orthogonal (mathematics)
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denote the sequence of polynomials of degree n, orthogonal with respect to the inner product [(f,g).
A sanitary napkin with a longitudinal axis defining a longitudinal orientation and longitudinally-oriented side edges, a transverse axis orthogonal to the said longitudinal axis, a thickness measured orthogonal to a plan defined by the said longitudinal axis and the said transverse axis.
Providing readers to an extensive guide to the sciences, definitions, properties, algorithms, and examples of Quadtrees, Orthogonal Windowing and Stabbing Queries, BSP Trees, Bounding Volume Hierarchies, Distance Fields, Voronoi Diagrams, and Geometric Proximity Graphs, as well as a knowledgeable reference of using the existing kinetic, robust, and dynamic data structures.
A variety of curved walls, roof forms and suspended ceiling elements enliven its compact orthogonal plan.
includes three orthogonal rate gyroscopes, three orthogonal accelerometers, a microprocessor, data logger, and RF transceiver.
These geometric forms--covered in white plastic laminate, overlaid with a black orthogonal grid--were described by Superstudio as a "catalogue" of three-dimensional diagrams capable of generating objects ranging in scale from furniture to environments.