tie point

tie point

[′tī ‚pȯint]
(electricity)
Insulated terminal to which two or more wires may be connected.

tie point

The point of closure of a survey, either on itself or on another survey.
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Applications include a comparison of two overlapping images for the purposes of image registration, CP or Tie point recognition and measurement.
To fish more water relative to the area where the buoy is, you can move the anchor tie point to a cleat on the right side or left side of the boat and then turn the motor in the corresponding direction to swing the boat farther to port or starboard.
Modern methods of DEM generation via soft-copy photogrammetry use image correlation to automate the tie point selection.
The probability for each unit of all primary LDPE molecules to possess a tie point is the same and is equal to the overall tie point density.
Having a freely moving tie point to whatever it is that is being pulled or pushed gives the operator unlimited ability to maneuver and manipulate whatever it is he is trying to move," said Hammonds.
Request for quotation for High-pressure water pipeline from the group pumping station 36 to the tie point of the bush wells 848 (273h18).
Automatic tie point extraction and bundle block adjustment provides improved orientation of satellite images.
The Sentient ZM1 is the world's first advanced line monitor that can be deployed on distribution lines where no or very-low amperage is available to power monitoring devices, including laterals, feeder tie points and rural distribution circuits.
The ceremony included an opening speech given by Talib bin Khamis al- Wahaibi, and a brief history of the tournament, in addition to explanation of the stages of the tournament, clubs' grouping, the number of finalists, tournament system, the most important clauses that apply in the case of a tie points between two clubs or more at the end of the preliminary stage and the final stages for the tournament.
The rigorous on-fly platform calibration strategy requires direct measurement of optical center coordinates of each camera and the indirect estimation of the mounting angles with tie points extracted in the sub-images acquired during flight using a bundle block adjustment.
By using common tie points to adjust multiple photo stations that see the same object, technicians can develop orthomosiacs, 3-D point clouds and individual points.
Antalyaspor climbed to 12th place with the win while BeE-iktaE- missed its chance to tie points with leader Fenerbahce.