A rectangular piece that fits grooves like key seats in a hub and a shaft, so that while the one may slide endwise on the other, both must revolve together
A special polygon that creates non-linear curved lines Splines are non-rendering objects, but can be converted into ordinary polygons with the Spline to Poly tool When you need an object with curves in it, it is usually faster to create it with a spline
(n or v) A free-form curve that connects a series of control points with a smooth curve Changing a control point results in a change in the curve The term also describes the process of connecting points to create a curve B-spline and Bezier curves are examples of spline curves
A rectangular piece fitting grooves like key seats in a hub and a shaft, so that while the one may slide endwise on the other, both must revolve together; a feather; also, sometimes, a groove to receive such a rectangular piece
Originally, a pliable strip used by draftsmen to draw curves In the context of approximation and interpolation theory, a spline is a mathematical function that interpolates or approximates a finite sequence of data values Cubic spline functions are the most commonly used
{i} slat; long and flexible strip of wood or metal used for drawing curves; any of a series of ridges on a shaft which fit into slots on a corresponding shaft
A technique used to interpolate a set of points with a smooth curve or surface, based in cubic polynomials that meet and match in slope and convexity at each point (see figure 4)
A flexible strip of metal or other material, that may be bent into a curve and used in a similar manner to a ruler to draw smooth curves between points
In 3D modeling, a spline is the line connecting two vertices, in the model In Trainz, the term is extended to refer to an object, like a track, bridge, tunnel or road, that can be extended from point to point The term is sometimes also used to refer to one of the points of a spline object In the Surveyor module of Trainz, a spline point is identified by dashed circle, (which may or may not rotate, depending on the options you selected) If a spline object is started at the spline point of another spline object and then dragged out, the initial direction of the new spline object will be the same as that of the one it connects to As it is dragged out, the new spline object will curve to conform itself to the new direction 7 (Page 2) For more about splines, as described on this site, HERE -->
A ridge on a surface of a part, usually used to prevent an otherwise circular part from turning Commonly used on freewheels and cassettes where the sprockets attach Some frame tubing has internal ribs to reinforce the tube, these are sometimes also referred to as splines
A smooth, continuous function used to approximate a set of functions that are uniquely defined on a set of sub-intervals The approximating function and the set of functions being approximated intersect at a sufficient number of points to insure a high degree of accuracy in the approximation The purpose for the smooth function is to allow a robot manipulator to complete a task without jerky motion
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Definition of splined in Turkish English dictionary