drift correction


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drift correction

drift correction
The pilot initially allows for drift by flying a selected course to enable him to follow the desired track. After flying on this course if he finds that he has drifted, he makes a drift correction to regain the desired track.
A change in the heading of an aircraft to allow for drift and to regain or maintain the track.
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In this work, the trajectory correction is obtained by using two kinds of modules, one is devoted to range correction (drag ring brakes, Figure 8) and the second is devoted to drift correction (canard based-correction fuze, Figure 9).
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Accessing movie frames in an exposure series will allow for microscope specimen stage drift correction, beam-induced specimen movement correction, and acquisition of an exposure series for radiation sensitive specimens.
Beyond antilock braking systems (ABS), electronic stability control (ESC), and adaptive cruise control (ACC), newer advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) based on advanced sensors are boosting safety and automation, including lane drift corrections, automatic braking, parking assist, and increasing levels of automated driving.
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The tidal corrections are applied automatically by the gravity meter and their small residuum is then removed within the instrument drift corrections. From the total number of 97 gravity points 5 points (excluding the base station) were measured twice to determine the precision of measurement.
However, through these missions, problems have been discovered both in the algorithms and the instruments: the SPTR and USO drift corrections for ERS, the oscillator drift corrections for TOPEX/Poseidon and more recently in the JMR wet path delay correction for Jason-1.
Drift corrections and other maintenance operations are only required once a week, ensuring operation costs are fully maximized.