Some articles on inertia matrix, inertia matrix relative, relative:
... The inertia matrix of a rigid system of particles depends on the choice of the reference point ... There is a useful relationship between the inertia matrix relative to the center of mass R and the inertia matrix relative to another point S ... Consider the inertia matrix obtained for a rigid system of particles measured relative to a reference point S, given by where ri defines the position of particle Pi, i=1.. ...
... The inertia matrix of a rigid system of particles depends on the choice of the reference point ... is a useful relationship between the inertia matrix relative to the center of mass C and the inertia matrix relative to another point R ... Consider the inertia matrix obtained for a rigid system of particles measured relative to a reference point R, given by Let C be the center of mass of the rigid ...
Famous quotes containing the words relative, inertia and/or matrix:
“And since the average lifetimethe relative longevityis far greater for memories of poetic sensations than for those of heartbreaks, since the very long time that the grief I felt then because of Gilbert, it has been outlived by the pleasure I feel, whenever I wish to read, as in a sort of sundial, the minutes between twelve fifteen and one oclock, in the month of May, upon remembering myself chatting ... with Madame Swann under the reflection of a cradle of wisteria.”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)
“What is wrong with priests and popes is that instead of being apostles and saints, they are nothing but empirics who say I know instead of I am learning, and pray for credulity and inertia as wise men pray for scepticism and activity.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“The matrix is God?
In a manner of speaking, although it would be more accurate ... to say that the matrix has a God, since this beings omniscience and omnipotence are assumed to be limited to the matrix.
If it has limits, it isnt omnipotent.
Exactly.... Cyberspace exists, insofar as it can be said to exist, by virtue of human agency.”
—William Gibson (b. 1948)