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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The highlights of fiber orientations in the xy plane are given in Fig.
On Z axis, there will be displaced two sliding elements: a superior one above the XY plane and an inferior one, below this plane, each element being equipped with a machine-tool shaft, preferential is a milling shaft.
The simulated antenna radiation patterns in both YZ plane ([phi] = 90[degrees]) and XY plane ([theta] = 90[degrees]) at different frequencies of 90, 92, 94, and 96 GHz are shown in Figures 4(a) and 4(b), respectively.
For this purpose, we let the direction of incidence wave be in the xy plane, with the angle of incidence with respect to the x-axis being 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, and 20 degree, respectively.
In addition, the Ca[Cl.sub.2]-EDC group extends the least (3.7% in XY plane and 3.5% in Z axis), while the EDC group shows the largest extension (35.9% in XY plane and 32.7% in Z axis).
In the end face images are aligned in xy plane using the ICS based alignment approach (section 3.1.5).
3, we have calculated the electric field distributions of four absorption points (520 nm, 700 nm, 965 nm, and 1770 nm), including a cross-sectional (xy plane) and overhead view (xz plane).
The temperature distribution at steady state along the XY plane of the installation is shown in Figure 4 for the different cases.
* "3DSP Feature Generation in the YZ and XY Plane," K.Woods
In a full cycle, wave diffraction's angle is from -90[degrees] to -84[degrees] in the XY plane, of which frequency ranges from 0.21 Hz to 1.42 Hz.
Figure 7(a) is an illustration of the location of target, focal plane, and detected plane in xy plane. Figures 7(b)-7(e) are the original fluorescent images for concentrations of 4, 6, 8, and 10 [micro]mol/L normalized with the maximum of (e) while Figures 7(f)-7(i) are the corresponding restored images normalized with the maximum of (i).