And the sphere that houses the new Hayden Planetarium is both beautiful and astrophysically relevant - something that cannot be said of pyramids, cubes, or other polyhedral forms.
Limited-complexity polyhedric methods are presented for estimating the parameters of a linear model from bounded-error data.
Microscopically, the lesion consisted of stellate to polyhedral cells distributed singly and arranged in single or multiple layers around small vascular channels and deposited in an abundant myxoid matrix.
Kepler connected the planetary orbits with the five regular polyhedra , or Platonic solids.
He submitted his first paper on this topic then, encouraged by Legendre and Malus, he submitted a further paper on polygons and polyhedra in 1812.
Plato believed that atoms have the shapes of regular polyhedra : cubes, tetrahedrons, octahedrons, and so on.
The polyhedric method was invented by Paul Feautrier of the PRiSM laboratory of University of Versailles (France).
The particles may have any shape or size, but they are generally spherical, ellipsoidal, polyhedral , or irregular in shape.
Placental-site trophoblastic tumor is composed predominantly of polyhedral and vacuolated, multinucleated intermediate trophoblastic cells that infiltrate the myometrium with extensive deposition of fibrinoid material.
For example, fair dice don't have to be in the shape of regular polyhedra , such as cubes, icosahedra, and so on.