trajectory


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trajectory

 [trah-jek´tah-re]
the movement of an object along a three-dimensional path, or of a projectile within an individual's body. 2. the course of a disease.

trajectory

Forensics
The path of a projectile through space, resulting from the forces acting on it—e.g., thrust, wind and gravity.
 
System dynamics
The solution to a dynamical system in forward and backward time, passing through a specified initial condition.
 
Theoretical medicine
The representation of the behaviour of a system in a state-space over a short period of time; a trajectory is one cycle on a phase-plane plot.
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How to compress the historical trajectories as an abstract semantic trajectory is another important challenge for trajectory data mining.
With the rising of SBP trajectory, SBP, diastolic BP, TC, BMI, FBG, HDL-C, and LDL-C showed an upward trend, whereas eGFR showed a downward trend in the same manner.
In this paper, we propose a trajectory data privacy protection scheme based on Laplace's differential privacy mechanism.
Hsieh, "Kernel-based representation for 2D/3D motion trajectory retrieval and classification", Pattern Recognition, vol.
Since the movement of the robot takes place in an unknown environment, the trajectory of this movement is defined in advance using a set of reference points.
The complete robot trajectory can be generated manually point by point, which is a very laborious process and not precise in RobotStudio.
The steps for trajectory reconstruction using the UKF are the following.
The conditions A-C guarantee that every admissible control function u(*0) [member of] [U.sub.p,r] generates a unique trajectory of the system (2.1) (see, [16]).
In the joint space, the trajectory is planned to meet some specific requirements such as time optimization, energy optimization, jerk optimization, obstacle avoidance, etc.
Privacy disclosure and protection in trajectory data publication can usually be divided into two categories [12]:
The exercise consists of performing a horizontal shoulder flexion by tracing the trajectory in red dotted lines with a tracing point (TP) from the point A to the point B (Figure 1(a)).