absolute coordinates

absolute coordinates

[′ab·sə‚lüt kō′ȯrd·ən·əts]
(mathematics)
Coordinates given with reference to a fixed point of origin.
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Then the absolute coordinates (global coordinate) will be taken.
As the orientation of the experimental platform is randomized, the antenna position cannot be compensated easily in the absolute coordinates.
It facilitates the geometric auscultation of the overhead line parameters like height, stagger and track parameters such as track gauge and camber, obtaining the position of different elements in absolute coordinates by working in conjunction with a total robotized station.
This means that we assume that the absolute coordinates of all joints as well as the absolute coordinates of all mass centers [XS.
Now, we evaluate the absolute coordinates of the K and L kinematic pair:
This feature allows it to hit a target of which a picture is available, but not its absolute coordinates.
Hence, the yaw motion in absolute coordinates can be neglected.
Support use of linear referencing and absolute coordinates to locate features;
Crossbow's product could be used with vehicle shot-location systems to determine the absolute coordinates of a sniper, for example, or by an unmanned surface vehicle to provide critical input data to its navigation system.
The real-time human tracker calculates the absolute coordinates of the human using the transmitted image from four network cameras.