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Calibration of the mathematical model

SELNEC Transportation Study. Technical Control Team.

# Calibration of the mathematical model

## by SELNEC Transportation Study. Technical Control Team.

Written in English

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The Physical Object ID Numbers Statement SELNEC Transportation Study Technical Control Team. Series Technical working paper, no.7 Pagination 103p. Number of Pages 103 Open Library OL14373468M

Here, we propose a mathematical model and a calibration procedure for a PSD (position sensitive device) sensor equipped with an optical system, to enable accurate measurement of the angle of arrival of one or more beams of light emitted by infrared (IR) transmitters located at distances of between 4 and 6 m. To achieve this objective, it was necessary to characterize the intrinsic parameters Cited by: power model, as would some model and estimates of river ﬂow quantities. If, on the other hand, we want to design the actual dam, we would need a model that incorporates all of the dam’s physical characteristics (e.g., dimensions, materials, foundations) and relates them to .

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A Mathematical Model is an abstraction of a real-life scenario, system or event that uses mathematical language to describe and predict the behavior, dynamics and evolution of said scenario, system or event. Mathematical Modelling is thus the step. Calibration is playing an increasingly important role in industrial robotics. Higher accuracy demands are being placed on flexible assembly and manufacturing systems which in turn require robot manufacturers to produce higher quality precision robots.

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