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frame of reference

Etymology: AS, framian, to help; L, referre, to carry back
the personal guidelines of an individual, taken as a whole. An individual frame of reference reflects the person's social status, cultural norms, and concepts.

frame of reference

in occupational therapy, the framework assisting the occupational therapy practitioner identify problems, evaluate, develop intervention, and measure outcomes.
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One aspect of particular relevance in an active network is to know the reference frame that is being transferred to users (Benciolini et al.
g] is sensed and the virtual two-phase system in stationary reference frame ([V.
Once determined, the Earth orientation parameters are provided to the GPS Master Control Station, via the National Geospatial- Intelligence Agency (the DoD terrestrial reference frame manager).
Later, Zelmanov's followers also voiced, in their scientific presentations, the possibility of an absolute reference frame in a finite closed universe.
Using the Eulerian reference frame, we might learn that there is a
Thus the daily GPS solutions are not estimated in a given apriori reference frame but computed in a loosely constrained reference frame.
Thus, the error on particle velocity is an error also on the velocity associated to the motion of proper reference frame.
It could be stated that the candidates had difficulty with the relativity of time and its reference frame.
Brief clinical overviews serve as a backdrop, and discussions of late effects as a reference frame for the planning process.
These findings also present an important reference frame for the Curiosity rover as it searches for reduced organics in the minerals exposed in the bedrock of Gale Crater.