A coordinate system is a reference system used to represent the locations of geographic features, imagery, and observations, such as Global Positioning System (GPS) locations, within a common geographic framework.
A coordinate system is a two-dimensional number line, for example, two perpendicular number lines or axes. This is a typical coordinate system: The horizontal axis is called the x-axis and the vertical axis is called the y-axis. The center of the coordinate system (where the lines intersect) is called the origin.
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Coordinate System. A system for specifying points using coordinates measured in some specified way. The simplest coordinate system consists of coordinate axes oriented perpendicularly to each other, known as Cartesian coordinates. Depending on the type of problem under consideration, coordinate systems possessing special properties may allow particularly simple solution.
A polar coordinate system locates a point by its direction relative to a reference direction and its distance from a given point, also the origin. Such a system is used in radar or sonar tracking and is the basis of bearing-and-range navigation systems.
A coordinate system is a method for identifying the location of a point on the earth. Most coordinate systems use two numbers, a coordinate , to identify the location of a point. Each of these numbers indicates the distance between the point and some fixed reference point, called the origin .
The system coordinate system is the same as the usually used coordinate system for the movement of human body. Design and simulation study of the translational-knee lower extremity exoskeleton coordinate system determining the weaving path and introduces the tool frame from actual TCP (tool centre point)-orientation.