rectangular coordinate


Related to rectangular coordinate: cartesian plane, Rectangular coordinate system

rectangular coordinate

n.
A coordinate in a rectangular Cartesian coordinate system.
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For ease of calculation, latitude and longitude as spherical coordinate can be transformed into rectangular coordinate by the algorithm [17].
Rate of similarity to ideal circle is expressed with deviation of actual trajectory from required trajectory and in rectangular coordinate system it can be calculated for example by means of quadratic distance
In summary, a rectangular coordinate system and the following velocity profile can be used for analysis of single-screw extrusion.
Next we consider a diffracting slit of width 2w, centered in the xy-plane of a rectangular coordinate system as indicated in Fig.
Instead of using polar coordinates in this manner, the map can also be displayed by setting the distance proportional to one rectangular coordinate and the direction proportional to the other (orthogonal) rectangular coordinate.
1) (Ghia, 1995) is the graphical transposition of intermediate naval fuel drop's ignition and burning processes, under some curves shape which are represented in a rectangular coordinate axis system.
On the other hand, for historical reasons the first principles that dictate flow phenomena are established either in a rectangular coordinate frame or in a cylindrical one.
The exterior (absolute) orientation of photographic images has been based on 11 reference points the rectangular coordinates of which are defined by an aerial triangulation approach (Ruzgiene, Zalnierukas 1998).
Topics include high-speed square root algorithms, recursive discrete time sinusoidal oscillators, designing non-standard filters with differential evolution, turbocharging interpolated FIR filters, and generating rectangular coordinates in polar coordinate order.
Traditionally, with numerical control, the information that defines the path is specified as a sequence of rectangular coordinates.
In fact, in these coordinates the "world curve" is represented by a linear equation, j ust as was the original straight line in the rectangular coordinates.
It will also calculate deviations and feature relationships automatically, such as determining relationships between holes or patterns in polar or rectangular coordinates.