golden ratio


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golden ratio

A division in a line such that the proportion of the whole to the larger area is equal to the proportion of the larger area to the smaller one. The mathematical golden ratio has been employed in all manner of things, not the least in art, architecture, and even philosophy.
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No one has yet identified any link between this particular number and other known constants, such as the golden ratio.
Bearing in mind the best interests of shareholders, EPYR is of the firm opinion that the Golden Ratio Group has been given very fair terms for this merger and remains confident that an agreement for this mutually beneficial business combination can be reached in the near future.
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The camera's proportional design forms a golden ratio with traditional look.
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The orchestra seating's ceiling is a tropical rendition of art deco, with banana leaves, coconuts, parrots, and unfurling ferns, which symbolize perfection in the golden ratio, and frozen fountains, which symbolize eternal life.
Facial features are measured against the Golden Ratio, phi, which is 1:1.
In Part 4, students explored the appearance of the Golden Ratio in a number of human endeavours.
The winner is owned by the Golden Ratio Partnership, whose spokesman Ian Bray said: "He's a big, raw horse but he has an engine.
She added, "I'm not surprised that he made extensive use of the golden ratio, the 'divine proportion', and it is very interesting to see it mapped out in this way.
The Golden Ratio (a proportion, prized for millennia by artists, architects, and scientists alike, in which the ratio of two numbers is the same as the ratio of their sum to the larger of the two quantities) can be programmed into deep-learning-based visual perception algorithms.
It was hypothesized that this proportion would be related to the golden ratio, a ratio of about 2/3 that has been found to be the most aesthetic proportion throughout nature and human history.
So, she was surprised to find out that she was instinctively using in her compositions, the golden ratio and the Fibonacci series, which are the basis of visually aesthetic forms in nature.
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