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## coordinate systems

[kō′ȯrd·ən·ət ‚sis·təmz]
(mathematics)
A rule for designating each point in space by a set of numbers.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Matrices of transformation through which the vectors are projected in reference coordinate system are: - for body 1:
In this situation, there were carried out: (i) original calculations of the considered indices for representative operational states of the test PS when SE is performed in the rectangular and polar coordinate systems and in PS there is and there is no PhS, (ii) original statistical analyses of the calculated indices, (iii) original discussion on the causes of observed regularities.
According to the DGTD equations and the parameter transformation theory in orthogonal curvilinear coordinate systems, the processes of parameter transformation for 2-D UPML between the coordinate systems of elliptical and Cartesian are presented, and expressions of transition matrix are derived.
Caption: Figure 2: Coordinate systems of seeker and missile body.
The passive rigid bodies and probe can create the corresponding coordinate system by the position of four reflecting balls attached to them.
Caption: Figure 3: Three coordinate systems used for modelling the blended wing body MAV .
Their position in 3D space is determined by a direction vector with its origin in a global coordinate system, and its orientation is determined by a unit vector and the angle of rotation around this unit vector.
The (X, Y, Z) coordinate system is an orthonormal coordinate system that is fixed relative to the surface on which the gimbal is mounted.
is the spatial vector of the network voltage in the coordinate system [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are orts of directions by the axes a, b, c of the coordinate system;
Structure binary images do not differ only according to their coordinate systems, but also according to image size and voxel size (resolution).
Any event point in the dark regions of space that does not violate the Lorentz factor impact of the gravitational force between the two coordinate systems (K) and (K") can be considered to be on the constant curvature.
Transformation between Coordinate Systems. When the transformation from the panoramic coordinate system to the PTZ coordinate system is obtained, we can determine the mapping relationship between each of pixels in the image captured by the fish-eye camera and image captured by the PTZ camera.

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