relative path

relative path

An implied path. When a command is expressed that references files, the current working directory is the implied, or relative, path if the full path is not explicitly stated. Contrast with full path. See explicit link.
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(ii) transit users who often travel on the origin-destination (O-D) pair (frequent users) and are equipped with advanced mobile route planners with real-time individual predictive information, supplying a set of suitable lines and relative path attributes (i.e., travel time components) from current position to destination;
The coordinated movement of the hands (grip point) together with the angular actions of the wrists effect the relative path of the COR of the bat.
These results are consistent with studies in which observers predicted which of two computer-generated objects that moved in a transverse plane would arrive at a stationary target first; accuracy was typically lowest when relative path angle was 90 deg and highest when path angle was 180 deg (Law et al., 1993).
We were able to add a concrete relative path from one project to another when supporting only ARM, but the Android.mk file has to be updated when dealing with multiple targets.
Much depends on the relative paths of US Fed and European Central Bank monetary policy.
This is initialized to the current directory so that you can use relative paths to other files and directories in the build environment.
The crucial difference could be the relative paths of the two dogs to this stage.