relative coordinate system

relative coordinate system

[′rel·əd·iv kō′ȯrd·ən·ət ‚sis·təm]
(physics)
Any coordinate system which is moving with respect to an inertial coordinate system.
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Using the method described in the article, the stress-strain curves can be presented in a relative coordinate system, in which forces and elongation are divided by breaking force and strain at the moment of breaking (Fig.
among themselves to form a global or relative coordinate system.
Therefore, we propose an energy-efficient method to select and maintain a relative coordinate system in the WSN.
Therefore, a specific approach is used to establish a relative coordinate system of the entire network.
Later, these coordinate systems are transformed into one relative coordinate system.
Later, these local coordinate systems are transformed into one relative coordinate system.
This methodology is intended to select and maintain a relative coordinate system in the WSN.
In almost static network, one-hop center group is enough to maintain a relative coordinate system with sufficient stability.

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