Euclidean Geometry

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Euclidean Geometry

The Plane geometry learned in high school, based upon a few ideal, smooth, symmetric shapes.

Euclidean Geometry

A system of geometry that deals with objects on a plane. Its theory is based on five postulates, from which a number of theoretical proofs are derived.
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3 Conversion of light travel distances to Euclidean distances
1 for the Poincare plane) show that there exist self-concordant functions on Riemannian manifolds which cannot be represented as self-concordant functions in Euclidean spaces.
A Euclidean measurement by definition will always be equal to or lesser than a DriveDistance measurement to and from the same locations; however, the magnitude of this difference is unknown.
Thus for the Euclidean weight, there may be one or two entries from [Z.
As suggested above, if all lines are guaranteed to meet at one point, the study of intersections does not have to make any exceptions (a flaw of Euclidean Geometry).
Terras, Finite analogues of Euclidean space, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 68 (1996), 221-238.
For dissimilarities the geometry is contained in the definition, giving the possibility to include physical background knowledge; in contrast to feature-based representations which usually suppose a Euclidean geometry.
In this world of the word there can be no question of the Euclidean law filling every corner of the verbal space.
A typical vector buffer function in GIS is based on 2D Euclidean distance instead of surface (or slope) distance, resulting in an inaccurate representation of buffers when they are verified in the field.
The formula v*w = ||v|| ||w||cos ([theta]) links the algebra of vector coordinates to the Euclidean geometry of lengths and angles, and consequently is a key formula in basic mathematics that enters into numerous mathematical disciplines, both pure and applied.
Odio frees her characters, allowing them to leave Euclidean space and enter instead into a new and unknown cosmic conscience.
As McClintock, paraphrasing Lincoln, remarked, ``You cannot disprove Euclidean geometry by calling Euclid a liar.