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# projective coordinates मीनिंग इन हिंदी

projective coordinates उदाहरण वाक्य

### उदाहरण वाक्य

अधिक: आगे- We now state the algorithm in
*projective coordinates*. - By Hilbert's basis theorem and some elementary properties of Noetherian rings, every affine or
*projective coordinate*ring is Noetherian. - Similarly, it may be shown that this topology is defined intrinsically by sets of elements of the
*projective coordinate*ring, by the same formula as above. - Here some efficient algorithms of the addition and doubling law are given; they can be important in cryptographic computations, and the
*projective coordinates*are used to this purpose. - Such a rational parameterization may be considered in the projective space by equating the first
*projective coordinates*to the numerators of the parameterization and the last one to the common denominator. - Mathematically, " x " and " y " are
*projective coordinates*and the colors of the chromaticity diagram occupy a region of the real projective plane. - To know more about the speeds of addition and doubling in
*projective coordinates*on Edwards curves, standard coordinates on twisted Edwards curves, inverted coordinates on Edwards curves and inverted coordinates on twisted Edwards curves refer to the table in: - Historically, homographies ( and projective spaces ) have been introduced to study field ( the above definition is based on this version ); this construction facilitates the definition of
*projective coordinates*and allows using the tools of linear algebra for the study of homographies. - In other words, a projective variety is a projective algebraic set, whose homogeneous coordinate ring is an integral domain, the "
*projective coordinates*ring " being defined as the quotient of the graded ring or the polynomials in " n " + 1 variables by the homogeneous ( reduced ) ideal defining the variety. - A point P = ( x, y ) on the elliptic curve in the Montgomery form By ^ 2 = x ^ 3 + Ax ^ 2 + x can be represented in Montgomery coordinates P = ( X : Z ), where P = ( X : Z ) are
*projective coordinates*and x = X / Z for Z \ ne 0.