tie point

tie point

[′tī ‚pȯint]
(electricity)
Insulated terminal to which two or more wires may be connected.

tie point

The point of closure of a survey, either on itself or on another survey.
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Marshalek's building by measuring the height of the fence from both sides with an electronic tape measure and then using the top of the fence as the "tie point" to the measurements he had taken with his rotary laser device.
Applications include a comparison of two overlapping images for the purposes of image registration, CP or Tie point recognition and measurement.
To fish more water relative to the area where the buoy is, you can move the anchor tie point to a cleat on the right side or left side of the boat and then turn the motor in the corresponding direction to swing the boat farther to port or starboard.
Modern methods of DEM generation via soft-copy photogrammetry use image correlation to automate the tie point selection.
The probability for each unit of all primary LDPE molecules to possess a tie point is the same and is equal to the overall tie point density.
"Having a freely moving tie point to whatever it is that is being pulled or pushed gives the operator unlimited ability to maneuver and manipulate whatever it is he is trying to move," said Hammonds.
For the ortho-rectification of pre-earthquake raw ASTER L1A VNIR image, 20 well spread tie points, located on stable features, away from the deformation zone and image corners were selected from an already ortho-rectified IKONOS imagery.
As for carrying capacity the load bed is 1,400mm square and 475mm deep and there are plenty of tie points in there.
Similar to the H700 and H700i, it takes care of all your cables with a generous number of tie points all across the back of the motherboard plate.