absolute coordinate system

absolute coordinate system

[′ab·sə‚lüt kō′ȯrd·ə·nət ′sis·təm]
(navigation)
The inertial coordinate system which has its origin on the axis of the earth and is fixed with respect to the stars. Also known as absolute reference frame.
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Once sufficient amount of measurements is collected, LRF can be migrated to absolute coordinate system as each of its NN is connected to at least three other NN.
min]--the radius of the arc is the minimum radius which able to drive a car, [alpha]--the angle of orientation of the camera in the absolute coordinate system, measured from the axis of x.
First, consider the representation of the platform (car-like platform) in the absolute coordinate system associated with the original position and orientation of the platform.
The output of the block with a kinematic model of the mobile platform already received, are: 8--the angle of orientation of the platform in the absolute coordinate system, x, y--the coordinates of the robot in the absolute coordinate system.
The experiment consists in that the operator changes the orientation of the view camera at the starting point in the absolute coordinate system, and then shall submit the command "forward movement" for a mobile robot, wanting him to move forward in the direction of view camera .
1]] Table 3 Luni-solar accelerations in an absolute coordinate system and orbital parameters of the GLONASS satellite GLN20 at epoch [t.