observed position

observed position

[əb′zərvd pə′zish·ən]
(ordnance)
Position of a moving target at the instant of observation.
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However, Santini and Land [14] in British, and Green [15] in Chinese mandibles observed position III as the most common, followed by position IV.
The last observed position was at about 2200 feet msl over the Georgia-South Carolina border.
Today most dynamicists believe small errors in Neptune's observed position before 7977 created the illusion of the additional gravitational force.
When I came home that night, it was lying dead a few yards from the last observed position - just as I have frequently observed bees expiring around the garden in recent years, something I had never previously seen.
It should be noted that, during the WAIM, the shear rate of the melt in the outer zone was similar to that in the corresponding zone during the CIM, since the observed position for SEM was filled during the partial melt filling stage (similar to the melt filling process in CIM).
Interestingly, the glacial spring had shifted to a position high on the glacier from its previously observed position at the edge, suggesting a very dynamic system in which the sulphur-rich water uses different pathways within the ice and within the rocks beneath the ice.
The observed position of the peak is always red shifted with respect to the actual bound state energy [E.
Yet to date, no feature resembling a rift or fissure has been seen in the north polar cap in the observed position of Rima Tenuis.
Thus, they established three classes (<4 m, resting; 4-12 m, gracing; and > 12 m, traveling); their analysis between observed positions and predicted data show that 72% were coincident in the observations of No activity (resting) with Chi-square test, shown a dependence between observed and predicted data (p=0.
The CLUES simulations use the observed positions and peculiar velocities of galaxies within 10,000,000 light-years of the Milky Way to accurately simulate the local environment of the Milky Way.
Both processing strategies--'Kinematic PPP' and 'Residuals from quasi-static PPP' lead to similar RMS differences between modelled and observed positions of GPS antenna.
Gerd Grasshoff, in his paper "Normal Star Observations in Late Astronomical Babylonian Diaries," makes a very detailed comparison of observed positions with modern calculated relative positions of planets and fixed stars.