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manoeuvre

(US), maneuver
1. Aerounautics a planned movement of an aircraft in flight
2. Nautical any change from the straight steady course of a ship
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Since flying eights on pylons is designed to require maneuvering in all three of the airplane's axes, altitude will vary from the pivotal altitude during each loop.
In this study, we ask 5 subjects, who have different hands and muscular tensions when maneuvering the robotic vehicle, to detect the forearm rotation angles and EMG signals.
Currently, the Air Force sees maneuvering airpower as a way of adding flanks outside of horizontal battle, but the fielding of large swarms of fixed-wing drones will expand the Air Force definition to include features of Army and Marine Corps concepts of maneuver.
Geller, "Optimal orbital rendezvous maneuvering for angles-only navigation," Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, vol.
Raimo, "Modeling pilot's sequential maneuvering decisions by a multistage influence diagram," in Proceedings of the AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference, pp.
Singer suggested a zero-mean and time-correlated acceleration model, which has been one of the foundations in the problem of state estimation for maneuvering targets.
Section 2 gives the mathematic model of a maneuvering target and a typical target trajectory.
Strategic maneuvering in argumentative discourse; extending the pragma-dialectical theory of argumentation.
This special issue on strategic maneuvering in political discourse reports on some of the research projects they are carrying out in this area.
In the middle of the second run, the Dash-3 pilot ignored the briefed maneuvering mandate and reefed the Tomcat into an aggressive, nose-low vertical dive starting from 29,000 feet.
"I doubt there is any ant species for which the advantage of [workers'] having wings would outweigh the disadvantages, such as problems maneuvering inside nests."
On November 3, with most of the nation still fixated on the closely fought presidential election, the Bush administration quietly announced "that it will run out of maneuvering room to manage the government's massive borrowing needs in two weeks, putting more pressure on Congress to raise the debt ceiling when it convenes for a special post-election session," reported the AP.