McMahon: So, I use those as an example to give people a frame of reference.
By showing other people those prototypes, we expanded their frame of reference too."
“I’m an English person who has not been to Mexico, so that was my first frame of reference.”
It follows that the laws of mechanics must take the same form in every inertial frame of reference.
We got a true frame of reference for what the other person looked like and how they carried themselves.
Any collection of bodies may similarly be described in a frame of reference in which the total momentum is zero.
Inside that frame of reference—those descending lights—is a big airplane with its flaps down expecting a runway.
The Vietnam debacle also became a key frame of reference when the US-led intervention in Iraq faltered after 2003.
A collision between two bodies can always be described in a frame of reference in which the total momentum is zero.
Mr Biden’s frame of reference is the cold war, in which he came of age as a politician fascinated by foreign policy.
The “Elicitation” frame of reference consisted of about five dozen items running along the edges of seven thousand words.
The relativity of existence to conceptual scheme is, in this respect, quite unlike the relativity of simultaneity to frame of reference.
The social character of artmaking, the familial quality of collaborating, the communal aspects of activism, those are just my frame of reference.
In a frame of reference attached to the whirling stone, the stone is at rest; to obtain a balanced force system, the outward-acting centrifugal force must be included.
Aesthetic distance, the frame of reference that an artist creates by the use of technical devices in and around the work of art to differentiate it psychologically from reality.
Additionally, reviewers may give their opinions on items for which they have no expertise or real experience and therefore have no frame of reference about how well something works by comparison.
As a frame of reference, once the Great Depression subsided and the economy normalized, consumers and businesses complemented each other since households were spending and, consequently, businesses flourished.
At about the same time, apparently unaware of the work of Mach, Neumann, and Lange, James Thomson—older brother of William Thomson, Lord Kelvin—expressed the content of the law of inertia, and the appropriate frame of reference and time-scale (“dial-traveller”), in a somewhat simpler manner:
A possible candidate for an absolute frame of reference, against which events could be measured absolutely rather than relatively, is the background radiation, constant throughout the cosmos in any direction you look, which astronomers claim is the afterbirth of the primeval big bang from which the universe was created.
“That the pigs achieved the level of success they did on a task that was significantly outside their normal frame of reference is in itself remarkable, and indicative of their behavioural and cognitive flexibility,” the researchers write, adding that encouragement from the pigs’ trainer seemed as important as treats, if not more so, in spurring the animals on.
frame of reference
- a system that uses coordinates to establish position
- a system of assumptions and standards that sanction behavior and give it meaning
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That the pigs achieved the level of success they did on a task that was significantly outside their normal frame of reference is in itself remarkable and indicative of their behavioural and cognitive flexibility the researchers write adding that encouragement from the pigs trainer seemed as important as treats if not more so in spurring the animals on