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Considered problem has two solutions: first solution--a platform begins to move along the path toward the original view of the camera, as the motion platform rotates as long as the angle of orientation the platform does not match with the initial orientation angle of view camera, this occurs at the end point formed by the trajectory on the motion is a straight line (graphic representation of this solution is shown in Figure 1), the second decision--the platform moves along a trajectory that takes the orientation of the platform to the desired angle at the end point of the trajectory, which is located at the point of reference (a graphic representation of the solutions presented in Figure 2).
Nieh and Roubik tried to wring information out of some aspect of the motion, like the angle of orientation and pattern of clockwise versus counterclockwise turns.
We assume furthermore that the slight change of the angle of orientation of the chain axis toward MD with increasing concentration of iPB-1, at least partially, was due to increasing fraction of iPB-1 domains.