line parameters

line parameters

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It is followed by the derivation of the power line parameters using the transmission line theory.
A second K-Vision can be connected via Ethernet as a remote interface for visualization and control of feeder and line parameters. K-Vision also comes with a VNC server, allowing any VNC client--on a PC, tablet or smartphone--connected to the same network to be used as a secondary user interface.
Moreover, because the Hough transform is insensitive to noise and can process straight lines well, Hough transform is used to extract lane line parameters in each frame of the image sequence for lane detection.
(5) Cable aging could impact the line parameters due to several factors such as degradation, tension, and life cycle.
Morino, "Methane line shapes and spectral line parameters in the 5647-6164 [cm.sup.-1] region," Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, vol.
"This means a potential savings of as much as 40 percent on price per square meter, depending on line parameters and application conditions," Galanzino added.
The R, L, C, G parameters are the per unit-length, intrinsic line parameters. The capacitance of the integrated clock transmission line is not given only by the physical characteristics of the line, but, in large proportion, by the clock loads.
For an efficiently designed cooling process, the cooling line parameters should take into account the different dimensions being produced and the different materials being used.
If users prefer to work with command line, they can do it as DataNumen Exchange Recovery 3.5 supports command line parameters. Besides, a lot of settings are optional for users to tune the repair engine for a better result in some special cases.