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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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The Cartesian Coordinate Robots market was valued at 198.36 Million US$ in 2018 and is projected to reach 603.04 Million US$ by 2024, at a CAGR of 20.36% during the forecast period.
It requires calculating the value of bed coordinates (T[sub]WM) after the target layer moving to W-point [Figure 1]b.
Direction calibration is used to obtain the rotation angle between the visual coordinate system and the tool coordinate system around the X-axis of tool coordinate system, and the laser emission direction of laser displacement sensor [12, 13].
To connect the mobile camera coordinate systems with the fixed global coordinate system, a transfer mark is taken into use of the binocular vision system.
Location of customers in the selected coordinate system.
First Vice Prime Minister Tairbek Sarpashev will coordinate activities of subordinate government agencies, implementation of state strategic and programs, work of intergovernmental commission in the spheres of his responsibility.
China's government is planning to set up a new agency, led by the central bank, which will coordinate financial supervision and strengthen regulation in the financial sector.
About the need to perform coordinate inspection informs the robot itself, if it has the exigencies of the uncertain situation had to change coordinates.
"Finding the Treasure: Coordinate Grids" is an exciting title from the iMath Readers series that teaches the mathematical concept of coordinate grids through a photo-illustrated, high-tech geocaching adventure pursued by five young friends using a handheld GPS device.

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