path curve

path curve

[′path ‚kərv]
(mathematics)
A curve whose equation is given in parametric form.
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That is, the entire path curve needs to be divided into two subpath curve segments.
(i) The theoretical model of the proposed IAM method is built based on the derived analytic relations between the kinematic characteristics and the parameters of path curve as well as feed rate profile.
As the path curves to the right we bear left on the bridleway that crosses the moorland to a junction with fine all round views.
The path curves around to the right and left (ignore a path leading to a road on your left), and then passes a triangular green area on your left.
The path curves slightly, leading me to the tree in the central space.
4 As the path curves to the left after the steep section one of the best views of Cadair Idris and its neighbouring peaks Mynydd Moel, y Cyfrwy and Tyrrau Mawr comes into view.
The path curves right to some steps down in the wall on your left.
As the path curves around the opposite side of Humbleton Hill, it fringes a ravine which is a site of special scientific interest.
A graceful path curves down the slope past a handsome gable-roofed storage shed--painted red to match the house--that sits on its own platform (shown at left).
A trodden path curves its way through to a padlocked, rusted, iron gate, topped with spikes.
The path curves to the left around this open area in front of the walls and continues up the hill.