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Loxodromics

Loxodromics Lox`o*drom"ics, n. The art or method of sailing on the loxodromic or rhumb line.

Loxodromics Lox`o*drom"ics, n. The art or method of sailing on the loxodromic or rhumb line.

Loxodromic

Loxodromic Lox`o*drom"ic, a. [Gr. ? slanting, oblique + ? a running, course; cf. F. loxodromique.] Pertaining to sailing on rhumb lines; as, loxodromic tables. Loxodromic curve or line (Geom.), a line on the surface of a sphere, which always makes an equal angle with every meridian; the rhumb line. It is the line on which a ship sails when her course is always in the direction of one and the same point of the compass.

Loxodromic Lox`o*drom"ic, a. [Gr. ? slanting, oblique + ? a running, course; cf. F. loxodromique.] Pertaining to sailing on rhumb lines; as, loxodromic tables. Loxodromic curve or line (Geom.), a line on the surface of a sphere, which always makes an equal angle with every meridian; the rhumb line. It is the line on which a ship sails when her course is always in the direction of one and the same point of the compass.

- Loxodromic may refer to: a loxodrome, see rhumb line a loxodromic transform, see Möbius transformation#Loxodromic transforms Loxodromic navigation, a...

- types, parabolic, elliptic, hyperbolic and loxodromic, with the hyperbolic ones being a subcl**** of the loxodromic ones. The cl****ification has both algebraic...

- Loxodromic navigation (from Gr**** λοξóς, oblique, and δρóμος, path) is a method of navigation by following a rhumb line, a curve on the surface of the...

- generate an abelian subalgebra consisting of boosts, rotations, and loxodromics all sharing the same pair of fixed points. The three-dimensional subalgebras...

- aspect Conic Equirectangular Sinusoidal Two-point Werner Gnomonic Gnomonic Loxodromic Loxi****l Mercator Retroazi****l (Mecca or Qibla) Craig Hammer Littrow...

- is remembered in the navigation context for the determination of the loxodromic curve: the shortest course between two points on the surface of a sphere...

- elliptic. Finally, if the square is greater than 4, the transformation is loxodromic. See cl****ification of Möbius transformations. The trace is used to define...

- aspect Conic Equirectangular Sinusoidal Two-point Werner Gnomonic Gnomonic Loxodromic Loxi****l Mercator Retroazi****l (Mecca or Qibla) Craig Hammer Littrow...

- of longitude). Rhumb lines which cut meridians at oblique angles are loxodromic curves which spiral towards the poles. On a Mercator projection the north...

- aspect Conic Equirectangular Sinusoidal Two-point Werner Gnomonic Gnomonic Loxodromic Loxi****l Mercator Retroazi****l (Mecca or Qibla) Craig Hammer Littrow...

- types, parabolic, elliptic, hyperbolic and loxodromic, with the hyperbolic ones being a subcl**** of the loxodromic ones. The cl****ification has both algebraic...

- Loxodromic navigation (from Gr**** λοξóς, oblique, and δρóμος, path) is a method of navigation by following a rhumb line, a curve on the surface of the...

- generate an abelian subalgebra consisting of boosts, rotations, and loxodromics all sharing the same pair of fixed points. The three-dimensional subalgebras...

- aspect Conic Equirectangular Sinusoidal Two-point Werner Gnomonic Gnomonic Loxodromic Loxi****l Mercator Retroazi****l (Mecca or Qibla) Craig Hammer Littrow...

- is remembered in the navigation context for the determination of the loxodromic curve: the shortest course between two points on the surface of a sphere...

- elliptic. Finally, if the square is greater than 4, the transformation is loxodromic. See cl****ification of Möbius transformations. The trace is used to define...

- aspect Conic Equirectangular Sinusoidal Two-point Werner Gnomonic Gnomonic Loxodromic Loxi****l Mercator Retroazi****l (Mecca or Qibla) Craig Hammer Littrow...

- of longitude). Rhumb lines which cut meridians at oblique angles are loxodromic curves which spiral towards the poles. On a Mercator projection the north...

- aspect Conic Equirectangular Sinusoidal Two-point Werner Gnomonic Gnomonic Loxodromic Loxi****l Mercator Retroazi****l (Mecca or Qibla) Craig Hammer Littrow...

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