rectangular coordinate

Related to rectangular coordinate: cartesian plane, Rectangular coordinate system

rectangular coordinate

n.
A coordinate in a rectangular Cartesian coordinate system.
References in periodicals archive ?
The paper considers the power-system state estimation in a rectangular coordinate system.
The longitude and latitude errors are firstly transformed from geodetic coordinate system to the ECEF (Earth Centered, Earth Fixed) coordinate system according to the WGS-84 reference ellipsoid, and then to the site-centric coordinate system which is space rectangular coordinate system and the error unit is in meters.
Methods: On the lateral surfaces of 40 adult skulls (19 male skulls and 21 female skulls), a rectangular coordinate system was defined to measure the x and y coordinates of two points: the ASTS and the squamosal-parietomastoid suture junction (SP).
In order to calculate the scope of tunnel collapse, a plane rectangular coordinate system was established.
All displacements of a link and measuring devices were performed in a rectangular coordinate system (SC) XYZ, where axis X coincides with the direction of the airflow speed vector u, Y is a vertical axis, Z is an axis component of the right-handed SC.
For ease of calculation, latitude and longitude as spherical coordinate can be transformed into rectangular coordinate by the algorithm [17].
For the often experienced complex-valued microwave quantities, the associated measurement uncertainties have been strongly recommended to be evaluated in rectangular coordinate [10], following the internationally recommended guidelines [5].
Therefore, the uncertainty evaluated in a rectangular coordinate needs to be transformed into the desired polar coordinate, since the direct evaluation of measurement uncertainty for the magnitude ([absolute value of S]) is suggested to be avoided as it is a biased estimator especially when the magnitude is small [7].
Calculations were done in a local rectangular coordinate system whose origin is at the point [phi] = 51[degrees]6', [lambda] = 16[degrees]30'.
uses algorithms based on nonlinear interpolation weights to generate 3D patterns from vertical and horizontal pattern data, in either spherical or rectangular coordinate systems.
In summary, a rectangular coordinate system and the following velocity profile can be used for analysis of single-screw extrusion.