relative movement

relative movement

A change in position that is based on the current position. For example, it does not matter where the mouse is on the desk in relation to the pointer on the screen. When you move it, the pointer starts moving from where it was last positioned.
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The electricity was derived from the relative movement between the FFNG and the solution," the scientists explained in their research paper which was published in (http://onlinelibrary.
Antenna gain changes coupled to a communication channel that's also changing due to the relative movement of the vehicles, means keeping track of all these dynamics--this will involve more than just a classical channel link analysis.
In fact, the relative movement between the wheel and the vehicle body provides a complex stress state on the hose due to the combination of bending, twisting and internal pressure.
The relative movement in loans and customer deposits also resulted in a reduction in the bank's funding through such volatile short-term funding as interbank liabilities.
This mechanical part of the engine is used for transmitting torque and rotation and connecting components that are placed far away either because of distance or the need to allow for relative movement between them.
A way to measure this relative movement is to measure a stock's beta.
We describe the relative movement between the aircraft attacked and the air-to-air missile in Figure 1.
SBP believes that Pak Rupee will remain stable, going forward, and may even strengthen depending on the relative movement of international currencies.
All along the Himalayas, energy gets accumulated due to continuous relative movement of plates.
Neither relative movement could explain the differential changes across genders.
The site's focus is on the "reaction" to the whisper number expectation: For each stock followed, the site will show the relative movement of the stock's price in specific time frames when whisper number is missed, met or exceeded.
2) Generating grinding is a grinding process for generating a tooth profile applying the relative movement of the workpiece and a grinding wheel not having an involute curve shape.