Reference Frame

Reference frame may refer to:

  • Frame of reference, in physics
  • Reference frame (video), frames of a compressed video that are used to define future frames

Other articles related to "frame, reference, reference frame, reference frames":

Mechanics Of Planar Particle Motion - Moving Objects and Observational Frames of Reference - Frame of Reference and Coordinate System
... The term frame of reference is used often in a very broad sense, but for the present discussion its meaning is restricted to refer to an observer's state of motion, that is, to ... We first introduce the notion of reference frame, itself related to the idea of observer the reference frame is, in some sense, the "Euclidean space ... Let us give a more mathematical definition… the reference frame is.. ...
Synchronous Frame - Simultaneity in General Relativity
... An exception are reference frames in which all components g0α are zeros ... inability to synchronize all clocks is a property of the reference frame and not of the spacetime itself ... infinitely many ways in any gravitational field to choose the reference frame so that the three g0α become zeros and thus enable a complete ...
Fictitious Centrifugal Force
... introduced as an outward force apparent in a rotating frame of reference ... type of force is associated with describing motion in a non-inertial reference frame, and referred to as a fictitious or inertial force (a description ... In the first context, the motion is described relative to a rotating reference frame about a fixed axis at the origin of the coordinate system ...
The Monkey And The Hunter
... at the problem is by a transformation of the reference frame ... Earlier, we stated the problem in a reference frame in which the Earth is motionless ... Transform the reference frame to one that is accelerated upward by the amount g with respect to the Earth's reference frame (which is to say the acceleration of the new frame with respect to the Earth is –g) ...

Famous quotes containing the words frame and/or reference:

    Whenever the society is dissolved, it is certain the government of that society cannot remain ... that being as impossible, as for the frame of a house to subsist when the materials of it are scattered and dissipated by a whirlwind, or jumbled into a confused heap by an earthquake.
    John Locke (1632–1704)

    Meaning is what essence becomes when it is divorced from the object of reference and wedded to the word.
    Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)