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AHRSAttitude Heading Reference System
AHRSAttitude and Heading Reference System
AHRSAttempted Hours (educational transcript)
AHRSAltitude Heading Reference System
AHRSArmy Human Resources System
AHRSAutomatic Heading Reference System
AHRSAuditory Hallucinations Rating Scale
AHRSAccenture Human Resource Services
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6.3 Conventional Attitude and Heading Reference Systems (AHRS)
[ClickPress, Wed May 01 2019] The new product is a next- generation attitude and heading reference system (AHRS) model that offers the industry-best efficiency and performance.
For me, the apparent increased "tightness" of control through Garmin's digital servos and the few added features in the GFC 600 make it worth the increased cost (while acknowledging the limitation of the single-source AHRS).
"Reduction of VAT is arriving literary at the very last moment because tourism would begin stagnating without support," said Marek Harbu#318aacutek, general manager of AHRS, as cited by the TASR newswire.
The proposed method of measurement is based on wearable inertial sensors, also called attitude and heading reference systems (AHRS), placed on the forehead and the trunk of a simulated patient (SP).
Experiment 1: Comparisons with Commercial AHRS. In this experiment, we compare the attitude estimates from the proposed filter and AHRS so that the absolute accuracy of our method can be verified.
Therefore, the electric compass (which consists of three-direction accelerometers and magnetometers) and gyros are usually fused as the Attitude and Heading Reference Systems (AHRS) to get a better estimate of the attitude angle.
The primary outcome of this study was improvement in auditory hallucination, which was measured by Auditory Hallucination Rating Scale (AHRS) [22-23], Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS)[24] and other measures of auditory hallucination.
For each SNP, we estimated adjusted hazard ratios (aHRs) and their 95% confidence intervals (CIs) for any CVD, CHD, or stroke in association with a) a 1-SD increase in baseline well-water As among those without the at-risk genotype(s) (expPA, an estimate of the independent effect of As); b) having the at-risk (versus reference) genotype(s) in the absence of As [expPG, an estimate of the independent effect of the at-risk genotype(s)]; and c) a 1-SD increase in
The more modern, digital version uses an attitude heading and reference system (AHRS) and air data computer (ADC).