sector boundary

sector boundary

[′sek·tər ‚bau̇n·drē]
(astrophysics)
The rapid transition from one polarity to another in the interplanetary magnetic field.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The relative error of the predicted time of the aircraft through the sector boundary is calculated by comparing the historical predicted time with the corresponding historical actual time.
It is convenient to describe the problem as a simplified network model composed of four elements: airspace, en route, sectors, and sector boundary fixes.
Aircraft's predicted time error of flying over several sector boundary fixes can be expressed as
Con4 is the minimum distance between fixes and boundaries (MDFB) constraint; that is, the distance between any fix and any segment of the sector boundary should not be below a minimum threshold.
The sector boundary should be as compact as possible.
sector boundary and last week at eastern Wagah border.
The success of this broadcasting formula has now crossed the entertainment sector boundary and the viewers are lapping it up.
POLICE sector boundary changes in Warwickshire will go largely unnoticed in Rugby, the town's top officer says.
At precisely that moment an American Jeep left Berlin for the Western zones, the Western sector's electric street lighting was fully restored and sector boundary police patrols were withdrawn.
WARWICKSHIRE Police have the green light for sector boundary changes that will see the policing areas change from ten to five.