incremental mode

incremental mode

[‚iŋ·krə′ment·əl ¦mōd]
(computer science)
The plotting of a curve on a cathode-ray tube by illuminating a fixed number of points at a time.
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The position indicator MPI-15 may be set to read out measured values in absolute or incremental mode (to make relative measures within the measuring range), to select the unit of measure (mm, inches or degrees) and the counting direction and to set the offset values to compensate for tool wear.
For NBup, incremental mode is good when the noise level is slight; when the noise level increases, NBup of incremental mode falls behind that of batch mode in accuracy.
It is observed that these classical classification algorithms speed up in time when put into incremental mode, being trained with only a portion of data at a time, yet attaining a reasonable level of accuracy.
The Prodigy GT-27 lathe uses three axes of motion that can be commanded in absolute or incremental modes. Its C-axis spindle allows for indexing and positioning as well as more advanced functions including interpolation and polar coordinate milling.
The lathe uses three axes of motion controlled in absolute or incremental modes. Its standard C-axis spindle does indexing and positioning as well as interpolation and polar coordinate milling.
The Prodigy GT-27 lathe uses three axes of motion that can be commanded in absolute or incremental modes. The C-Axis spindle allows for indexing and positioning.
The lathe uses three axes of motion that can be commanded in absolute or incremental modes. The C-axis spindle allows for indexing and positioning as well as more advanced functions including interpolation and polar coordinate milling.
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