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HTMHyperText Markup (file extension)
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HTMHeld-to-Maturity
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HTMHospitality and Tourism Management (various universities)
HTMHonda Transmission Manufacturing (Ohio)
HTMHotel and Tourism Management (various organizations)
HTMHigh Times Magazine (est. 1974; cannabis advocacy; New York)
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HTMHardware Transactional Memory
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HTMHeart of Midlothian (Scottish football club; UK)
HTMHyper Text Markup Language
HTMHit Test Message
HTMHigh-Tech Medicine
HTMHierarchical Temporal Memory
HTMHomogeneous Transformation Matrix (mathematics)
HTMHaerterei Technische Mitteilungen (German: Hardening Technical Notes; journal)
HTMHazlo tú mismo (Spanish: do it yourself)
HTMHigh Temperature Material
HTMHealth Technical Memorandum
HTMHeat Transfer Media
HTMHuman Task Manager (software)
HTMHaagsche Tramweg-Maatschappij (Tram Corporation of the Hague)
HTMHeavy Trench Mortar (weaponry)
HTMHistorical Thinking Matters (educator resource website)
HTMHigh Traffic Mode (IRCd)
HTMHead Tyrolia Mares (Austria)
HTMHoly Tabernacle Ministries
HTMHelideck Team Member (energy industry fire training)
HTMHotel Technology Management Limited (UK)
HTMHyper-G Text Format (Hyper-G)
HTMHospital Technical Memorandum (Great Britain)
HTMHockey This Morning (radio show)
HTMHaloTrialMods.org (web forums)
HTMHonorary Toastmaster
HTMMaster of Horticultural Therapy (degree)
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* Tdisp(x, y, z) represents a homogeneous transformation matrix corresponding to a displacement without rotation by coordinates x, y and z;
Then the homogeneous transformation matrix is applied for representing geometric relations between cameras from different coordinate system.
First, according to the joint angles measured by the absolute position sensor, the homogeneous transformation matrix [sup.base][T.sub.end] between the end and the mounting base of the manipulator is calculated by the manipulator's forward kinematics.
[??] - homogeneous transformation matrix transforming coordinates from the wheel frame W to the wheel-body frame C
The mapping between configuration space and task space can be described by homogeneous transformation matrix from the base to the end-effector.
In the article the direct kinematics problem for Hauff manipulator have been solved in the form of a homogeneous transformation matrix. The advantages of the using approach consist in the same type of equations (1 - 9) and as a consequence the same type of non-linearity in all of equations.