object space

object space

[′äb·jekt ‚spās]
(optics)
The region of space where objects are located so that a given optical system can form images of them.
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Total quantity or scope: Approximately 20,770 sqm object space, of which approximately 18,630 mA in maintenance cleaning, approximately 18,250 mA in basic cleaning.
In object space space and time are treated on equal footing as independent dimensions and are denoted by x and t, respectively.
A camera consists of an image plane and a lens providing a transformation between object space and image space.
The function of the LO Generator is to select the most appropriate learning content from the learning object space, which corresponds to the specific needs of the Selector.
The site plan distributes the park along circulation routes, so that it becomes a series of integrated green arteries, rather than a formal, object space.
This gives users the ability to easily inter-operate between object space and geographic space.
Total quantity or scope: approximately 14,760 sqm object space, of which approximately 14,250 mA maintenance cleaning, approximately 14,250 mA in basic and intermediate cleaning and about 1 720 sqm glass cleaning.
A camera consists of an image plane and a lens which provides a transformation between object space and image space.
about 141,560 sqm object space, of which approximately 129,860 mA maintenance cleaning in foreign Cleaning, approximately 2 550 mA self-cleaning (representing leave and sickness) and ca.
Total quantity or scope: Approximately 6720 mA object space, of which approximately 6,235 mA in maintenance cleaning, approx 4970 sqm in basic cleaning, approximately 750 mA glass cleaning, 3 forces for kitchen / laundry service (on hourly basis).