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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Tenders are invited the services of maintenance and basic cleaning for subregions (BT H1rund, H1 long G1) the property of the Police in the object space of the air bridge 6, Berlin.
Concerning the grid-based methods, they quantize the object space into a finite number of cells that form a grid structure.
While the Cold-War-era anthropology of residual China recognized different degrees of physical remove, it enacted China as a network object space in a way that rendered Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Overseas Chinese populations equally able to cast light on the essential components of Chinese society--the walled villages and localized lineages of Freedman's "dreams", regardless of actual geographic distance.
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.
We propose the use of the intensity laser image in order to restrict processing to roads and streets, making it possible to project the XYZ coordinates of the points in the object space that correspond to roads and streets onto an 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.
Medfork is part of the software group Eastfork Object Space (EOS).
Horizontal- and vertical-scanning mirrors, coupled with an optical lens, produce a projection of the detector in object space.
It is fault-tolerant--crashes of clients or servers during garbage collection will not corrupt the state of the persistent object space.
In a shared object space, a file object is a typed object with an interface that exports standard file operations, such as read, write, and seek.
The difference between MPO and RCP is (1) the priority used in MPO for selecting a ready task is the size of total object space that has been allocated divided by the size of total object space needed to execute this task (if there is a tie, the RCP time priority (TP()) is used to break the tie); (2) MPO needs to estimate the total object space allocated at each scheduling cycle and update the memory priority of tasks (lines (4) and (5)).