Cartesian coordinate system

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a coordinate system for which the coordinates of a point are its distances from a set perpendicular lines that intersect at the origin of the system

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A' is the center of autoguiding image sensor, and it is also the projection point of optic axis of autoguiding telescope (as shown in Figure 4, in the Cartesian coordinate system, A'XY, A' is taken as the origin of the system).
The storage format of the DEM data in the 3D Cartesian coordinate system is shown in Figure 2.
For calculation of vorticity, all data were transformed into three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system by interpolation.
When the ith omnidirectional wheel's central speed is mapped to Cartesian coordinate system, then
In this paper, we will improve the two-dimensional time-dependent numerical model in the Cartesian coordinate system developed by Guo and Zhang [18], by considering the wind velocity as a dynamic term in the model.
The figure therein has no obvious description or axes, perhaps because a Cartesian coordinate system was invented 19 centuries after Euclid's work.
The plates are situated in the planes y =0 and y = h of a Cartesian coordinate system Oxyz with the positive y-axis in the upward direction, Fig.
Yan Chen, Kang-Shun LI and Shan Chang in their paper specified characteristics of a protein on three coordinate axes of Cartesian coordinate system, respectively, and proposed a new 3D graphical representation of protein sequences.
Zhang [7] is used for conversion of the Real Circuit from the Cartesian coordinate system to the d-q rotating system.
For example, let's look at the specific Common Core 5th-grade standard that introduces the Cartesian coordinate system --x and y coordinates.
The prime novelty statement of the present paper is based on the rational introduction of a Cartesian coordinate system for study of small relative swaying of a payload and substantiation of uniformity of crane boom rotation.
A global Cartesian coordinate system (X, Y, Z) is set, where axis X, whose included angle with warp direction is [beta], is along the horizontal direction, and axes Y, Z are along the directions of fill and thickness of the woven fabric liners, respectively.
Section 2.1 implements classical trajectory simulation on a single potential energy within the Cartesian coordinate system plus constraints in internal coordinate systems.
The relevant Year 6 content description for this sub-strand is "Introduce the Cartesian coordinate system using all four quadrants" (ACARA, 2010, p.