computed azimuth angle

computed azimuth angle

[kəm′pyüd·əd ′az·ə·məth ‚aŋ·gəl]
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Azimuth angle determined by computation, table, mechanical device, or graphics for a given place and time.
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The theoretical azimuth angle and the computed azimuth angle are shown in Table 4, and the theoretical elevation angle and the computed elevation angle are shown in Table 5, respectively.
In Table 4, by comparing the theoretical azimuth angles and computed azimuth angles, the errors are kept below 3.55[degrees].
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