extreme point


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q]/d(p,q)] is an extreme point of the unit ball of F(M).
After the extreme points of the original image are coordinated in the operation, match the two images by using the adaptive basis functions to get a common adaptive basis function.
All these are obtained by means of its inverse model when it is necessary to describe a given trajectory for the extreme point of the output link.
STEP 7: IF (k>2)//backtrack and process next pixel k = k - 1, goto STEP 6; ELSE//backtrack to the extreme point n = 2, [q.
Wah, "On-line Signature Verification using a New Extreme Points Warping technique," Pattern Recognition Letters, Vol.
Now, we can give the statement of an extreme point theorem, [11], similar to those of Krein-Milman, [2].
On the growth branch, expected return, Equation (E1), has only one extreme point, which is a maximum for Y > [xi].
Note the extreme point for that period in the direction of the crossover (the high if DI+ crosses up over DI-; the low if DI- crosses up over DI+).
Because of the size of the D5, there is an abundance of space for both passengers and luggage, with a boot so deep the extreme point is shrouded in darkness.
Because of the size of the D5 there is an abundance of space for both passengers and luggage, with a boot so deep the extreme point is shrouded in darkness.
And unlike Herzog's other subjects, the folks here, living at this most extreme point on the map, are all too aware of the endgame in which they are involved.
If so, a first feasible extreme point solution is found, otherwise the algorithm ends.