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co·or·di·nate

1. Any of the scales or magnitudes that serve to define the position of a point.
2. To perform the act of coordination.
[see coordination]
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2]) solar system, is equal to the derivative of the gravitational tensor of the (S') Riemann path with respect to its coordinate system.
Assuming that there is a point P in the "i" joint coordinate system and its coordinate vector is [[P.
This is secured by offline programming primarily in the workpiece coordinate system.
The positive direction of the x axis of the horizontal coordinate system points to the North Pole, y points to the east, z points to the zenith, i.
The exterior orientation describes the position and the viewing direction of the camera in a superior object coordinate system and is today usually calculated by a bundle adjustment.
z coordinate of the origin of the body coordinate system
Seen in this way, we can say that the Cartesian coordinate system was not the way to freedom of spirit, but rather a means of channelling it into a framework of organized thinking.
That implies that the volumetric flow rate, as calculated in the rotated coordinate system, needs to be corrected in order to obtain the actual flow rate.
As mentioned above, the z-axis of our Cartesian coordinate system is taken to be orthogonal to the plane of the earth's orbit.
Whenever the probe actually touches the workpiece, the point of contact is defined in terms of the x-y-z axes of a coordinate system.

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