Parallel curve

Extremum (create an extremum element (point, edge, or face), which is at the minimum or maximum distance on a curve, a surface, or a pad, according to given directions. )Projection (project one or more elements onto a support. The projection can be normal to surface or along a specified direction.)Combine Curves (create a curve resulting from the intersection of the extrusion of two curves. )
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Parallel data in the domain of interest is the key resource when training a statistical machine translation (SMT) system for a speciﬁc purpose. Since adhoc manual translation can represent a signiﬁcant investment in time and money, a prior assesment of the amount of training data required to achieve a satisfactory accuracy level can be very useful. In this work, we show how to predict what the learning curve would look like if we were to manually translate increasing amounts of data.
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Rapid expansion in international credit bears watching because, in many boombust credit cycles in the past, such credit tended to grow faster than overall credit during the boom.5 We illustrate this broad finding with data from several European countries that have suffered credit booms and busts since 2000. Then, we draw a parallel with countries that were caught up in the Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s. By international credit, we refer to three components of total bank credit, the first two of which are types of crossborder credit.
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Contents Nomenclature Capacity Energy SelfDischarge Charging Methods Fast Charging Charge–Discharge Curves PartialStateofCharge Adaptive StateofCharge Determination Dynamics Alternating Currents Parallel and Series Connections Modeling Lifetime Prediction Codes and Standards
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This classic study of perspective is an absolute must for any serious students of design, benefiting amateurs and professionals alike. Dozens of examples are illustrated, including parallel, angular, and oblique perspectives, as well as ascending and descending planes. Other images show how to create a “cone of rays,” and add depth and realism to curved objects. The techniques can be used for laying out a garden, predicting the shadow effects of a tall building, and accurately capturing the interplay of angles, light, and shadow.
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A security stress test involves evaluating the price sensitivity of a security, or a portfolio, over a number of different interest rate changes. To identify and measure portfolio risk, maintain duration of equity limits, and adhere to sound investment practices, FHLBanks are required to estimate the value of their investment portfolios for different parallel interest rate changes. However, since parallel shifts rarely occur, FHLBanks should, in general, also measure portfolio value changes for nonparallel shifts, such as yield curve steepening and flattening scenarios.
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The wedge surfaces between the parallel face disk halves are caused to press together under stem thrust and spread apart the disks to seal against the seats. The tapered wedges may be part of the disk halves or they may be separate elements. The lower wedge may bottom out on a rib at the valve bottom so that the stem can develop seating force. In one version, the wedge contact surfaces are curved to keep the point of contact close to the optimum. In other parallel disk gates, the two halves do not move apart under wedge action. Instead, the upstream pressure holds the downstream disk...
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Rather than construct the surface itself, sectioning uses a series of profiles, the edges of which follow lines of surface geometry. The modeling software's sectioning or contouring commands can almost instantaneously cut parallel sections through objects at designated intervals. This effectively streamlines the process of making serialized, parallel sections. Architects have experimented with sectional assemblies as a way to produce both surface and structure.
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The chapter describes how to create one, two, and threeview sketches with traditional tools and CAD. Also described are standard practices for representing edges, curves, holes, tangencies, and fillets and rounds. The foundation of multiviews is orthographic projection, based on parallel lines of sight and mutually perpendicular views. Also introduced in this chapter are visualization techniques that can be used to help create and interpret multiviews.
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