manoeuvre

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Gao, "An analysis of maneuvering overloads in attack-defense confrontation," Journal of Astronautics, vol.
In the AACS model, the process noise of the CS model is associated with the state covariance and the maneuvering frequency of the CS model can adjust itself adaptively by comparing the measurement residual with the measurement prediction error.
In order to demonstrate the process of the proposed algorithm, a typical scenario of maneuvering target tracking problem is given below, which contains maneuvering and non-maneuvering states.
Due to their conventionalization, the communicative acitvity types influence the possibilities for maneuvering strategically in defining the initial situation, establishing the procedural and material starting points, expressing criticism and advancing argumentation, and determining the outcome of the argumentative processes.
Perhaps the most consistent trend is that simulations of general aviation aircraft tend to reveal a preference for vertical maneuvering (Chappell & Palmer, 1983; Merwin & Wickens, 1996; O'Brien & Wickens, 1997; Wickens, Gempler, et al., 2000; Wickens & Helleberg, 1999), whereas simulations of large aircraft with transport pilots tend to reveal a preference for lateral maneuvering (Ellis, McGreevy, & Hitchcock, 1987; Palmer, 1983; Smith, Ellis, & Lee, 1984).
We began our cruise maneuvering, then things started to go awry.
Bhattacharyya, "System identification for nonlinear maneuvering of large tankers using artificial neural network," Applied Ocean Research, vol.
Gramps can only conclude the aviators' G tolerance wasn't up to par for this maneuvering engagement.
Maneuvering out onto this flood plain, Sojourner will get up-close and personal with its surroundings--but only upon command from JPL scientists.
They aid the pilot in analyzing the forces acting on the airplane and in developing a fine control touch, coordination, timing and division of attention for precise maneuvering of the airplane."
Daniel Shaarda used helmet and dash-mounted cameras to capture the look and feel of low-altitude maneuvering for the filming.
In fact, according to the AOPA Air Safety Foundation (AOPA ASF) and its 2006 Nall Report, "maneuvering flight accounted for one-third of all fatal accidents" in 2005, the most recent year for which complete data is available.
VMFT-401 also participates in Marine Division Tactics exercises and general air combat maneuvering training with Marine Corps and Navy fleet fighter squadrons.
* Fine control of the rudder with changes of pitch, bank, angle of attack and airspeed--good for stall avoidance during all maneuvering, and handy also to obtain maximum performance with an engine out in a twin.
He was amazed at the combination of maneuvering performance and harmony of the aircraft's flight controls, engines and basic aerodynamics.