coordinate transformation


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coordinate transformation

[kō′ȯrd·ən·ət tranz·fər′mā·shən]
(mathematics)
A mathematical or graphic process of obtaining a modified set of coordinates by performing some nonsingular operation on the coordinate axes, such as rotating or translating them.
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New coordinate transformation and network adjustment tools provide multiple calculations to generate precise results.
i] [greater than or equal to] 0, define another coordinate system x' obtained by coordinate transformation as follows.
Such services include well-known processes found in spatial extract, transform, and load (ETL) software and GIS software as well as specialized processes such as coordinate transformation and spatial and temporal modeling and simulation.
The maximal residual of coordinate transformation is 0.
We remark that the study of the metric h is equivalent to a nonlinear coordinate transformation.
alpha]], t) can be solved numerically using an appropriate finite difference scheme, and complicated flows in the generalized coordinate system can be simulated in a simple algorithm using a coordinate transformation technique.
The system is called static state feedback input-output linearizable by regular static state feedback and coordinate transformation if there exists an invertible feedback, i.
For bubble growth in an infinite liquid, the following coordinate transformation (2) was applied to the governing equations
Control functions include direct curvature interpolation, jerk limitation, speed-dependent feed forward control, coordinate transformation and many others.
Therefore the space coordinate transformation matrix of every joint coordinate system relative to the system coordinate system can be gotten by the above formula.

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