capturing


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms.

capturing

[′kap·chə·riŋ]
(engineering)
The use of a torquer to restrain the spin axis of a gyro to a specified position relative to the spin reference axis.
References in periodicals archive ?
'In the 21st century technology, you have to use remote sensing to really count the people to check the data that we are capturing.
By bringing together screen capturing, image editing, and application integration in an easy-to-use multi-tabbed user interface, Vantiff LLC believes GetPixit will revolutionize the screen capturing space by allowing users to do most of their work in one place, without having to switch between different tools and applications.
Capturing display are available in NV12 or RGB4 formats.
Gone are the days when you had to be extra cautious about capturing the number of images.
A variety of technologies for separating (capturing) C[O.sub.2]
Despite inconsistencies in the literature regarding suitability of various types of traps, success in capturing small mammals is largely affected by timing and location of the research (Williams and Braun, 1983).
When I am capturing for days, weeks, or months, I normally disable the Display Option for "Update list of packets in real time" to limit the amount of display memory used.
We compared the efficacy of Victor" Tin Cat' and Sherman live traps for capturing small mammals in northern hardwood and red pine (Pinus resinosa) stands in the north-central Upper Peninsula of Michigan during 2001.
The person's name and address, while important demographics for advertisers, are not as important as capturing the e-mail address itself.
Each species has unique life history traits and the structure and/or placement of traps can be selective, capturing only some of the species in the community (Pizzimenti, 1979; Mengak and Guynn, 1985; Slade et al., 1993; O'Farrell et al., 1994; Lee, 1997).
Elkins focused on his native Alabama, capturing mostly the poor: PICTURE TAKER: PHOTOGRAPHS BY KEN ELKINS pays tribute to these people as much as to Elkins' talents.
AN ASSESSMENT from the Kyoto Protocol Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has concluded that capturing and storing carbon dioxide (CO2) produced by power plants before it enters the atmosphere could be crucial in minimising climate change.