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a space in which Euclid's axioms and definitions apply

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For the formulation of the model in Cartesian space, it is assumed that the manipulator performs in a nonsingular configuration.
The transformation and inverse transformation between hydraulic cylinders driving space and bucket teeth in Cartesian space are derived.
The map discussed here, of course, was an especially fraught representation, erasing these meanings through the translation of thick places as minimalist, cartographic symbols and their insertion into gridded, striated, Cartesian space. However, through their speaking-of the epiora, Yukpa reconceptualized the meaning of the "message" and "symbology" contained within--and intended by--the map, thereby, perhaps paradoxically, producing this unstable becoming-map as an emergent articulation of affective place and thus making this epistemologically alien representation their own.
(7) Calculate the inertia forces and centrifugal and Coriolis forces in Cartesian space.
The above derived equation, do represent the actuator forces in Cartesian space.
Figures 1a and 1b showed how active alignment resulted in a compensation in Cartesian space to achieve sharp focus.
The primary intent of McLuhan in Space is to introduce concepts of acoustic space to critical geographers who like McLuhan contest static and idealized theories of Cartesian space. McLuhan characterized Cartesian space as linear, mechanistic, nationalistic, and fixed.
In Cartesian space, he asserts, one's perspective can be transformed into another by a continuous displacement in Cartesian space, as one can shift the origin by moving one's eyes--so perspectives are equivalent Rosen goes on to say that the representation of space is a correlate of one's ability to locate oneself as the point of reference in space.
Xenakis's architecture was an early and explicit manifestation of the deconstruction of Cartesian space, a process that had begun with the discovery of the fourth dimension in mathematics by Riemann a hundred years before.
Her seminal piece, Reticularea, 1969, a large environment of delicate, irregular meshes of metal that hang from the ceiling, is meant to disrupt the idealized Cartesian space of rationalism (the work was unfortunately not included in the show).
Cartesian space is occurrent space for Heidegger, measurable in physical terms.
Offering a different theoretical perspective, Fred Plog in the next paper examines the traditional evolutionary categories as quadrants of Cartesian space along the axes of scale, stability, and complexity and argues that tribes and chiefdoms are behaviorally less complex (less predictable) than bands and states and are structurally ill adapted to non-homogeneous environments.
Researchers at the Texas Engineering Experiment Center, which is part of Texas A&M University (College Station), have developed a sensor system based on light-emitting diodes (LED) that can rapidly and reliably locate a robotic end effector in Cartesian space and relate that measurement to manipulator joint encoder readings, thus creating a very accurate model for open-loop control of the robot.
Every line is a locus of points in Cartesian space. Draftsman's curves are tools that enable us to connect points in a smooth-drawn curve.
Comparing the two movements, translation is the simplest of the two interpolations, since it is expected that a point [P.sub.o] [member of] [R.sub.3], denoted by three variables ([x.sub.o], [y.sub.o], and [z.sub.o]) defined in the Cartesian space, is moved through a translation vector ([DELTA]x, [DELTA]y, and [DELTA]z).