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Glissette

Glissette Glis*sette", n. [F., fr. glisser to slip.] (Math.) The locus described by any point attached to a curve that slips continuously on another fixed curve, the movable curve having no rotation at any instant.

Glissette Glis*sette", n. [F., fr. glisser to slip.] (Math.) The locus described by any point attached to a curve that slips continuously on another fixed curve, the movable curve having no rotation at any instant.

- In geometry, a glissette is a curve determined by either the locus of any point, or the envelope of any line or curve, that is attached to a curve that...

- on the circle then the roulette is a cycloid. A related concept is a glissette, the curve described by a point attached to a given curve as it slides...

- Caustic including Catacaustic and Diacaustic Cissoid Conchoid Evolute Glissette Inverse curve Involute Isoptic including Orthoptic Negative pedal curve...

- Caustic including Catacaustic and Diacaustic Cissoid Conchoid Evolute Glissette Inverse curve Involute Isoptic including Orthoptic Orthotomic Negative...

- volume 11, page 38: "Mathematical Notes", concerning dynamics, aberration, glissettes, and pedal lines. Besant also published in Messenger of Mathematics: 1881:...

- (1997), South-West Indian Ocean cyclone Tropical Storm Lisette in 1997 Glissette Lissette Lizette, a given name Louisiette All pages with titles containing...

- Bouleau" (Birch), Boulianne, des Caleçons, Cimon, Couture, Emmuraillé, de la Glissette, de l'Étoile (of the star), "de l'Hermine", des Panses, des Roches, du...

- in Durer's original diagram above) and therefore the curve is a point-glissette formed by a line and one of its points sliding respectively against a...

- original on May 7, 2012. Retrieved May 11, 2012. Besant, William Henry (1966) [1870]. Notes on roulettes and glissettes. Cambridge University Press. p. 235....

- on the circle then the roulette is a cycloid. A related concept is a glissette, the curve described by a point attached to a given curve as it slides...

- Caustic including Catacaustic and Diacaustic Cissoid Conchoid Evolute Glissette Inverse curve Involute Isoptic including Orthoptic Negative pedal curve...

- Caustic including Catacaustic and Diacaustic Cissoid Conchoid Evolute Glissette Inverse curve Involute Isoptic including Orthoptic Orthotomic Negative...

- volume 11, page 38: "Mathematical Notes", concerning dynamics, aberration, glissettes, and pedal lines. Besant also published in Messenger of Mathematics: 1881:...

- (1997), South-West Indian Ocean cyclone Tropical Storm Lisette in 1997 Glissette Lissette Lizette, a given name Louisiette All pages with titles containing...

- Bouleau" (Birch), Boulianne, des Caleçons, Cimon, Couture, Emmuraillé, de la Glissette, de l'Étoile (of the star), "de l'Hermine", des Panses, des Roches, du...

- in Durer's original diagram above) and therefore the curve is a point-glissette formed by a line and one of its points sliding respectively against a...

- original on May 7, 2012. Retrieved May 11, 2012. Besant, William Henry (1966) [1870]. Notes on roulettes and glissettes. Cambridge University Press. p. 235....

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