Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of DefinitionList


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Feb 16, 2008, 4:18:50 PM (12 years ago)
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Stein Tore Erdal
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Start, Goal, Take off, Landing

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    1212 Turnpoint::
    13   A '''cylinder'''. It is defined by a waypoint with a given radius. In the case of the last turnpoint in a task, it may be a line instead of a cylinder. In FS 2 x "radius" is used as the length of the line. All turnpoints in FS has an open and close time.
     13  A '''cylinder'''. It is defined by a waypoint with a given radius. [[BR]]
     14  In the case of the last turnpoint in a task, it may be a line instead of a cylinder. [[BR]]
     15  In FS 2 x "radius" is used as the length of the line. [[BR]]
     16  All turnpoints in FS has an open and close time.
    1417 
    1518 Task::
    1619  One or more turnpoints make a task.[[BR]]
    17   ''Note: take off and goal/landing is also called turnpoints.''
     20  ''Note: "Start" and "Goal" is also called turnpoint.''
    1821
    19  Take off::
    20   Normally the first turnpoint in a task.
     22 Start::
     23  Always the first turnpoint in a task. [[BR]]
     24  Start is normally a cylinder placed on take off.
     25  ''Note: Start does not mean "Start of Speedsection" (SS), although in some cases it may be the same turnpoint.''
    2126
    2227 Start of Speedsection (SS)::
     
    2429
    2530 Start gate::
    26   A time defined on the Start of Speedsection (SS) turnpoint.[[BR]]
    27   ''A race task has at least one start gate which is normally the same as the open time of the turnpoint. It may have more start gates in which case it is a race with multiple start gates. A pilot is given as start-time the nearest start gate prior the actual time the pilot took the turnpoint.''
     31  A time defined on the "Start of Speedsection" (SS) turnpoint.[[BR]]
     32  ''A race task has at least one start gate which is normally the same as the open time of the turnpoint.
     33  It may have more start gates in which case it is a race with multiple start gates.
     34  A pilot is given as start-time the nearest start gate prior the actual time the pilot took the turnpoint.''
    2835
    2936 End of Speedsection (ES)::
    3037  The turnpoint where the measurement of time ends.[[BR]]
    31   ''Sometimes goal, but sometimes a turnpoint before goal for safety reasons.''
     38  ''Sometimes "Goal", sometimes a turnpoint before goal for safety reasons.''
    3239
    3340 Goal::
    34   Normally the last turnpoint in a task (unless it is an open distance task).[[BR]]
    35   ''Can be either a circle or a line. Goal is normally also the landing field.''
     41  Always the last turnpoint in a task.[[BR]]
     42  Can be either a circle or a line. [[BR]]
     43  ''Goal is normally also the "Landing". In the case of open distance tasks, obviously the last turnpoint is not goal or landing field.''
     44
     45 Take off::
     46  The area where pilots take off from. Normally this is where the "Start" turnpoint is placed with a radius big enough to cover the area.
     47
     48 Landing::
     49  The area where pilots land after flying the task. Normally this is where the "Goal" turnpoint is placed.
    3650
    3751 "Race" task::
    38   A task with '''two''' or more turnpoints where one turnpoint is the start of speedsection (SS) and has one or more start gates, and another (later) turnpoint is the end of speedsection (ES).[[BR]]
     52  A task with '''two''' or more turnpoints where one turnpoint is the "Start of Speedsection" (SS)
     53  and has one or more start gates, and another (later) turnpoint is the "End of Speedsection" (ES).[[BR]]
    3954  The pilot's start-time is the nearest start gate prior the actual time the pilot took the SS turnpoint.
    4055
    4156 "Elapsed time" task::
    42   A task with '''two''' or more turnpoints where one turnpoint is the start of speedsection (SS), and another (later) turnpoint is the end of speedsection (ES).[[BR]]
     57  A task with '''two''' or more turnpoints where one turnpoint is the "Start of Speedsection" (SS), and another (later) turnpoint is the "End of Speedsection" (ES).[[BR]]
    4358  There are no start gates and the pilot's start-time is the actual time the pilot took the SS turnpoint.
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