sparse

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} seyrek

Tom seyrek şekilde döşenmiş bir dairede çok basit bir hayat yaşıyor. - Tom lives a very simple life in a sparsely furnished apartment.

Yeni Zelanda nasıl bir yerdir? Avustralya kadar seyrek nüfuslu mudur? - What's New Zealand like? Is it as sparsely populated as Australia?

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sparsityseyreklik
sparselyseyrek seyrek sparseness seyreklik
{s} aralıklı
sparse array
seyrek dizi
sparse loading
boş yer bırakarak yükleme
sparseness
planlama
sparseness
seyreklik
sparseness
aralıklı olma
sparseness
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sparsity
{i} aralıklı olma
sparsity
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sparsity
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Englisch - Englisch
Not dense; meager
Having widely spaced intervals
thinly diffused
{a} thin, scattered here and there
Only a small proportion (arbitrarily, less than 0 1 percent) of potential data cells actually occupied in a multidimensional structure
not dense; "a thin beard"; "trees were sparse"
To scatter; to disperse
not dense; "a thin beard"; "trees were sparse
Placed irregularly and distantly; scattered; applied to branches, leaves, peduncles, and the like
growing or settled at widely spaced intervals, not dense or crowded
Thinly scattered; set or planted here and there; not being dense or close together; as, a sparse population
{s} thinly scattered, not crowded, widely spaced; scanty, few
Something that is sparse is small in number or amount and spread out over an area. Many slopes are rock fields with sparse vegetation Traffic was sparse on the highway. + sparsely sparse·ly the sparsely populated interior region, where there are few roads. existing only in small amounts (sparsus , from the past participle of spargere )
sparse sampling
(Mühendislik) Compressed sensing, also known as compressive sensing, compressive sampling and sparse sampling, is a technique for finding sparse solutions to underdetermined linear systems. In engineering, it is the process of acquiring and reconstructing a signal utilizing the prior knowledge that it is sparse or compressible. The field has existed for at least four decades, but recently the field has exploded, in part due to several important results by David Donoho, Emmanuel Candès, Justin Romberg and Terence Tao
sparse population
population which is very thin, low and spread-out population
sparsely
In a scattered or sparse manner; scantily; widely apart; thinly
sparseness
The state or quality of being sparse

The sparseness of the hair on his head made him long for his full haired youth.

sparseness
The result or product of being sparse
Sparsely
sparsedly
sparsely
in a thinly scattered manner; scantily
sparsely
in a sparse manner; "sparsely inhabited"
sparsely
in a sparse manner; "sparsely inhabited
sparsely
In a scattered or sparse manner
sparseness
The quality or state of being sparse; as, sparseness of population
sparseness
{i} state of being thinly scattered; scantiness
sparseness
The property of being sparse
sparseness
the property of being scanty or scattered; lacking denseness
sparsity
{i} state of being thinly scattered; scantiness
sparsity
the property of being scanty or scattered; lacking denseness
sparsity
the inverse of density Thus, a table that is 10% dense would be 90% sparse
sparsity
The property of being sparse, sparseness
sparsity
The fraction of zeroes in a matrix If A is m by n, and A(i, j) not= 0 for k of its elements, its sparsity is k/mn Large linear programs tend to be very sparse, increasing as the dimensions get large For example, consider the standard transportation problem with s sources and d destinations This has m = (s+d) constraints and n = sd variables Each column, however, has exactly 2 nonzeroes since A is the incidence matrix of the network, so its sparsity is 2n/mn, or simply 2/m, which decreases as the number of sources and/or destinations grows large The sparsity of a simple graph (or network) is the sparsity of its adjacency matrix More generally, the sparsity of a multigraph refers to the average degree of its nodes
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