## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2006 - Arctic regions |

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Niki - th basis

in v direction whose order ( r ) is 4 . ... + N + 1 , 4 ( 12 ) Bn + 1 The complete

mathematical definition of the basis

Niki - th basis

**function**in u direction whose order ( k ) is 4 . Mirij - th basis**function**in v direction whose order ( r ) is 4 . ... + N + 1 , 4 ( 12 ) Bn + 1 The complete

mathematical definition of the basis

**functions**and the properties of B - Spline ...Page 124

Scattered Velocity Potential . 19 21 1001 120 . jag eilans - - grabe de abs ry Sb

where , Velocity potential

which a source point of strength 4n is located in the Green ' s

Scattered Velocity Potential . 19 21 1001 120 . jag eilans - - grabe de abs ry Sb

where , Velocity potential

**function**represented by BSpline patches . Position atwhich a source point of strength 4n is located in the Green ' s

**function**definition .Page 572

The output of each of the 7 networks is a real number used to estimate one of the

7 parameters of the probability density

in Appendix A used ( tz . ) for approximating the conditional pdf J xi ' TRAINING ...

The output of each of the 7 networks is a real number used to estimate one of the

7 parameters of the probability density

**function**( pdf ) of the distribution describedin Appendix A used ( tz . ) for approximating the conditional pdf J xi ' TRAINING ...

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