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modellingcomponents:elements:kinematics [2020/02/07 11:40]
oliver [Created trajectories and parameters]
modellingcomponents:elements:kinematics [2020/02/07 12:56] (aktuell)
oliver [Point]
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 ^ localPoint | | Instead of defining the point by coordinates in the laboratory/​global system, it is possible to define the point by arbitrary local coordinates. The global coordinates of the point are then calculated by transforming with the given coordinate system. Note: This attribute needs the use of the attribute coordinateSystem. | No | ^ localPoint | | Instead of defining the point by coordinates in the laboratory/​global system, it is possible to define the point by arbitrary local coordinates. The global coordinates of the point are then calculated by transforming with the given coordinate system. Note: This attribute needs the use of the attribute coordinateSystem. | No |
 ^ coordinateSystem | | Name of the coordinate system element which is used in two cases: 1. If the point is defined in local coordinates with the attribut "​localPoint"​ it defines the corresponding coordinate system. 2. If calibration is used, than for static trial which is defined by switches given with the attributes calibrateIncludes/​calibrateExcludes the point is transformed in local coordinates of the coordinate system which is given with this element. For all other trials the local coordinates are back transformed to the global coordinates using the current value of the coordinate system defined by this attribute. | No ^ ^ coordinateSystem | | Name of the coordinate system element which is used in two cases: 1. If the point is defined in local coordinates with the attribut "​localPoint"​ it defines the corresponding coordinate system. 2. If calibration is used, than for static trial which is defined by switches given with the attributes calibrateIncludes/​calibrateExcludes the point is transformed in local coordinates of the coordinate system which is given with this element. For all other trials the local coordinates are back transformed to the global coordinates using the current value of the coordinate system defined by this attribute. | No ^
-^ referencePoint | | In a static trial the distance to this point is calculated ​its trial mean. In no calibration trials this distance is used to translate the current position of the point to hold this fix distance. Note: This feature is not available in combination with the use of localPoint. | No |+^ referencePoint | | In a static trial the distance to this point is calculated ​as a trial mean. In no calibration trials this distance is used to translate the current position of the point to hold this fix distance. Note: This feature is not available in combination with the use of localPoint. | No |
 ^ expr (deprecated) | | Mathematical formula which defnines the point. Note: Typically this attribut is not used. The formula is given as elements content instead. | No | ^ expr (deprecated) | | Mathematical formula which defnines the point. Note: Typically this attribut is not used. The formula is given as elements content instead. | No |
 ^ x, y, z (deprecated) | | These attributes allows an alternative definition of the point by seperate mathematical formulas for each of the three components. | No | ^ x, y, z (deprecated) | | These attributes allows an alternative definition of the point by seperate mathematical formulas for each of the three components. | No |
modellingcomponents/elements/kinematics.txt · Zuletzt geändert: 2020/02/07 12:56 von oliver