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three-dimensionality

1. The quality of having three dimensions: height, width, and depth. I created a scale model because I think my vision for the building is best expressed by something with three-dimensionality.
2. The quality of being fully realized or developed. The best film is one that has a clear artistic vision, compelling plot, and characters with three-dimensionality.
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In the meantime, the optimal reduced dimensionality of our MNMDP for each l is smaller than that of them.
Let D be a data set of n data points of dimensionality d.
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Section 2 discusses the background of the research topic and introduces the related works for dimensionality reduction operation.
Jiang, "Linear Subspace Learning-Based Dimensionality Reduction", IEEE Signal Process.
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The NMF dimensionality reduction technique generates its topic model by decomposing X into the product of two krank non-negative matrices, W and H, so that X is approximately equal to X [approximately equal to] WH.
A typical researcher wanting to reduce dimensionality will not know the details of PCA compared to ICA, nor when one is preferred over the other, especially for the nature of the researcher's specific data.
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Multifactor dimensionality reduction software for detecting gene-gene and gene-environment interactions.
Although the markers were spaced several feet apart, I found a vantage point that allowed me to use the lens' perspective-flattening power to compress them into a common fabric, yet to still reveal a bold pattern of vertical shadows that imply dimensionality.
Wherever entities are structured by or distributed among these, there is dimensionality (1)--and time.
'By reimagining traditional painting constructs, he challenges notions of linear perspective, space, dimensionality and abstraction,' says art writer Grace Ng.