# 'Unambiguous velocity' diaporamas de présentation

## Phase Coded

Phase Coded. T u. Separation in Frequency. Staggered. Separation in Time. T 1. T 2. Unambiguous velocity V a ~ 1 ⁄ T u = 1/( T 2 – T 1 ). “Cleared range” R a ~ 2T u = T 1. Phase Coded. T u. Separation in Frequency. Staggered. Separation in Time. T 1. T 2.

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## Enabling Unambiguous GRDDL Results

Enabling Unambiguous GRDDL Results. David Booth <dbooth@hp.com> Presentation to GRDDL Working Group, 20-June-2007 This document: http://dbooth.org/2007/grddl/ambiguity.ppt. What this issue is about. Given an XML document, what RDF did the GRDDL transformation author intend to denote?

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## VELOCITY

VELOCITY. Remember we mentioned the word ‘Velocity’ before? What does ‘Velocity’ mean?. Is this runner leaning? Which way?. Leaning means Acceleration. So this runner is accelerating. But is he ‘speeding up’ or ‘slowing down’?. Neither. He is ‘changing direction’.

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## Velocity

Velocity. The velocity of the wave is the measurement of how fast a crest is moving from a fixed point. The speed of sound is about 1000 feet/second. The speed of light is 186,000 miles/second. Velocity = Wavelength x Frequency. Velocity = frequency x wavelength. v = גּ f

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## Velocity

Velocity. Linear Motion. Motion is relative. Example : Is your book moving? Frame of Reference- point at which a position is determined. Position is the separation between an object and a reference point. Displacement is the change in position .

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## Velocity

Velocity. Speed. Speed measures the rate of change of position along a path. The direction doesn’t matter for speed, but path does. The start of the arrows all occur at the same time. The ends of the arrows all occur at the same time. Longer arrows mean faster motion.

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## Velocity

Velocity. Acceleration. Motion. Graphing. Convertions. Random Trivia. Velocity. Motion. Graphing. Conversions. Random Trivia. Acceleration. \$100. \$100. \$100. \$100. \$ 100. \$100. \$200. \$200. \$200. \$200. \$200. \$200. \$300. \$300. \$300. \$300. \$300. \$300. \$400. \$400.

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## Towards unambiguous characterization of coronal structures

LASCO images. PA. Towards unambiguous characterization of coronal structures A new approach based on a wavelet packets equalization technique Mierla M. 1 , Stenborg G. 2 , Schwenn R. 1 , Cobelli P. 3 , Podlipnik B. 1

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## Polite Yet Right: Unambiguous Professional Communication

Polite Yet Right: Unambiguous Professional Communication. Terese Thonus KU Writing Center. Overview. In English, polite implies indirect , and indirect communication often creates ambiguity .

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## Velocity

v. Velocity. Definition: the speed and direction of motion of an object. Measured in meters per second ( m/s ). Example: The car moved at a velocity of 20 m/s toward the east. a. Acceleration. Definition: the rate of change in velocity as a function of time.

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## Velocity

Case 1 …You are the Emergency Manager for Jasper County Using this reflectivity image and the following 2 velocity and storm-relative velocity images, what type of severe weather (if any) would you expect?. Velocity. Storm-Relative Velocity. STOP! DO NOT TURN PAGE.

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