
Centre  definition of centre by The Free Dictionary
[C14: from Latin centrum the stationary point of a compass, from Greek kentron needle, from kentein to prick] Centre n 1. (Placename) the Centre (ˈsɛnt...
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Identification method of multipoint stationary random load《J...
The identification of multipoint arbitrary correlated stationary random load is presented in the paper in the light of the method of matrices spectrum decompo...
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Freq  Gaussian.com
transformation is only valid at a stationary point. Thus, it is meaningless to compute frequencies at any geometry other than a stationary point for the method...
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AP42: Compilation of Air Emissions Factors  US EPA
AP42, Fifth Edition Compilation of Air Pollutant Emissions Factors, Volume 1: Stationary Point and Area Sources Cover page and Table of Contents (26 pp, ...
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Gaussian 16 Frequently Asked Questions  Gaussian.com
The structure you have is likely not reliable and can lead to incorrect results, including incorrect frequencies. If the frequency calculation does not say “...
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On coordinate transformations in steepest descent path and ...
Two aspects of the problems of calculating steepest descent paths and locating stationary points on surfaces E(X), which are sources of some confusion in t...
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Turning point  Define Turning point at Dictionary.com
maths a stationary point at which the first derivative of a function changes sign, so that typically its graph does not cross a horizontal tangent surveying a poi...
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Tensor structure of the stationary point of the radiative relaxati...
We formulate the problem of the stationary point of the operator of radiative relaxation of an atom: the initial distribution among the sublevels of the excited st...
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Stationary point, local minimum, local maximum and infl...
I am given some function of x1 and x2. Example f(x1,x2)=3x1^2+2x1x2+2x2^2+7. How can I find the stationary point, local minimum, local maximum and infl...
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Stationary Electronic Point of Sale (ePOS) TerminalsNX...
NXP sup ® /sup solutions combine processing power with enhanced multimedia and connectivity for today’s stationary electronic point of sale (ePOS) term...
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