range estimation

range estimation

[′rānj ‚es·tə¦mā·shən]
(ordnance)
A rough estimate of the distance to a target or other object.
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Just as flatter trajectories make range estimation less critical, slippery bullets make wind judgment less critical.
Although an essential skill, range estimation by eye is really only practical out to medium ranges.
One of the biggest advantages of a lighter arrow is increased speed, which also comes with a flatter trajectory and more forgiveness in range estimation at longer distances.
The screen shows drivers real-time information about battery levels, range estimation, charge settings and climate controls.
From these types of measurements, range estimation derived from RTT timing information is the most universal, though still hardly applicable to IoT networks due to low timing resolution in existing wireless network modules produced for IoT applications.
There are three primary methods of UKD range estimation used in the Discover Courage course.
We propose a program traffic range estimation framework based on watching patterns of mobile TV, which is suitable for traffic volume reservation on cloud services using traffic volume based billing models.
Plus, there's range estimation - but since we're only talking about "out to 500", and your basic zero, the one you keep on your rifle at all times, is 300 yards - anything closer you simply aim and shoot - you only need to worry about estimating range if the target is beyond 300.
A key feature of the scope is Leupolds new Marine-Tactical Milling Reticle (M-TMR), which is designed to allow successful range estimation and target engagement with more flexibility than generally possible with other reticle styles.
Number of dimensions: until now, many 1-D elevation angle estimation algorithms [2-4] for the pure FF sources, 2-D elevation and azimuth angles estimation algorithms [5-8] for the pure FF sources, 2-D azimuth angle and range estimation algorithms [9-12] for the pure NF sources, 3-D elevation, azimuth angles and range estimation algorithms [13-20] for the pure NF sources, and 2-D azimuth angle and range estimation algorithms [21-23] for the mixed NF and FF sources are proposed.
Some other subjects examined include scalable XML filtering for content subscriptions, autonomic workload management in DBMSs, efficient evaluation of XML queries, cost modeling and range estimation for top-k retrieval in relational databases, and range-sum queries over high-dimensional data cubes using a dynamic grid file.