world coordinates

world coordinates

[′wərld kō′ȯrd·ən·əts]
(control systems)
A robotic coordinate system that is fixed with respect to the Earth.
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This point is now available in world coordinates (x, y) and corresponds to the shown in the image representing the bird view extraction.
Here the coordinates of respective landmarks are shown in world coordinates.
Most often, people are the most interested in what the pipe looks like relative to real world coordinates.
The next generation of pipe profiliers will almost certainly include similar navigational techniques or methods to resolve the true dimensions and shape of the pipes and their actual position in real world coordinates.
These maps did not reference any real world coordinates.
For any vision applications where more accurate 3D world coordinates should be determined from their 2D image coordinate, the camera calibration with higher accuracy must be obtained first [3].
w]) is the coordinate of the target point P in the 3D world coordinate system, and ([x.
Following the NSSDA guidelines, GDT uses a series of field-collected, differentially corrected GPS test points to measure against corresponding points in the database to determine the difference between database and real world coordinates.
In the world mode, the robot moves along the robot world coordinates (Nicolescu, 2009a).
GML is a foundation technology that enables In-Q-Tel to field distributed systems that harvest spatial information in documents, assign real world coordinates, and attach value-added information to the newly created features.
For the full circle motion, there were three poses teach-in, with respect to the master robot world coordinates.
Kinematic modules allow simple programming of complex mechanisms while supporting tool offsets, world coordinates, and other advanced robot functions.
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