absolute coordinates

absolute coordinates

[′ab·sə‚lüt kō′ȯrd·ən·əts]
(mathematics)
Coordinates given with reference to a fixed point of origin.
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von Dombrowski, "Analysis of large flexible body deformation in multibody systems using absolute coordinates," Multi-body System Dynamics, vol.
From the above discussion, the motion equations of the oscillator described in Section 3 in absolute coordinates are
Then the absolute coordinates (global coordinate) will be taken.
The absolute coordinates of leg joints XA = 0.337, XP1 = -0.55M, XD = 1.5m, YA = 0, YP1 = 0, YD = 0 are constant.
The absolute coordinates [x.sub.2](t) (Figure 1(c)); [y.sub.2](t) (Figure 1(d)); [z.sub.2](t) of payload M in the inertial reference frame E may be computed as
Derived computational plot for absolute payload swaying path in the absolute coordinates' plane ([x.sub.2][y.sub.2]) is shown in Figure 5(a) for load M swaying time [t.sub.1] = 15 sand crane boom transport slewing angle [[phi].sub.e] = 180[degrees].
In our experiment, absolute coordinates are not important to obtain relative coordinates for a displacement of chromophore in a single nanoparticle and to measure an exact shape of an object.
In this case, the similarity measure based on absolute coordinates is unbelievable anymore.
This feature allows it to hit a target of which a picture is available, but not its absolute coordinates. In this case, the seeker compares what it sees with the stored image and enables the weapon to correct its trajectory by about 100 metres.