arctangent


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Synonyms for arctangent

the inverse function of the tangent

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Thereby again two signals are generated, shifted by 90[degrees] - a sine and a cosine signal which enable an arctangent calculation to derive an absolute mechanic angle.
The arctangent of the ratio will yield the angle of the impedance vector in radians, which is then converted to degrees by multiplying by 180/[pi].
Angle a is obtained by subtraction between the 45[degrees] angle and the arctangent of e.
It translates a point along the unit circle to implement cosine, sine, arctangent and magnitude functions.
Because of its analytical simplicity, the logistic specification has been the favorite model of this type, although arctangent and probit models have also appeared occasionally.
On dividing the difference in castings by the difference in northings, the arctangent was calculated (26), yielding the angle (degrees) between the mean centers.
WLAN Now is the latest application-specific soft IP extension for the ARC SoC development platform, a unified system development tool chain that includes the 32-bit ARCtangent RISC/DSP microprocessor core, and is fully optimized for communications and consumer products.
This angle can be obtained by calculating the four-quadrant arctangent phase angle from a phase-plane plot of each joint (see Hamill et al.
Once the group of 250 simulated interest rate paths is chosen to value the mortgage, mortgage prepayments are set as an arctangent function of the form
Erasable programmable read-only memories (EPROM) are coded to reconstitute the phase information by calculating the arctangent of the inphase (I) and quadrature (Q) detection components.
We hope to publish a sequel to this article for the complex arctangent function.
After teaching at Vassar, she joined the Navy and was assigned to a project with Commander Howard Aiken on the Mark I at Harvard University, where she designed and implemented a program that computed the coefficients of the arctangent series.
Effi cient Approximations for the Arctangent Function.