[ trak-ing ]
can refer to:
Tracking (education), separating children into different classes according to their academic ability Tracking, in computer graphics, a vital part of
match moving Tracking, in portfolio management, matching or comparing with a
stock market index Tracking, a subject of
dead reckoning, concerning setting up a track on other objects momentarily viewed from the observer's own location
Tracking (typography), the process of uniformly increasing or decreasing the space between all letters in a block of text
Tracking (space flight), tracking satellites from a tracking station.
Tracking (commercial airline flight), the means of tracking civil airline flights in realtime.
Tracking (hunting), the science and art of learning about a place via animal trails and everything else there
Go-Onto-Target (GOT) guidance systems
Tracking (Scouting), a Scouting activity
Tracking (electrical), the formation of partially conductive paths across the surface of an electrical insulator that degrade, or destroy, its insulating capabilities Tracking shot, a filming technique also known as a dolly shot
Tracking and tracing concerns a process starting with determining the current and past locations and other status of property in transit. Tracking and tracing is the completion of this process with uniformly building a track of such property that are forwarded to, processed for, applied in or disposed of usage.
Video tracking, finding the location of an object of the scene on each frame of the sequence, when processing a video sequence Tracking, for
VCRs, the alignment of the magnetic tape with respect to the reading head Composing music with tracker software See also