commitb4161ea2fe438a5e6c69bc7f2317f0b386d661d8parent5307b71a54c730d894c25915c801eeea051d3630Author:eamoncaddigan <eamon.caddigan@gmail.com>Date:Fri, 20 May 2016 16:53:08 -0400 "Well Clear", not "well-clear". I guess.Diffstat:

M | R/calculateSLoWC.R | | | 6 | +++--- |

M | man/calculateSLoWC.Rd | | | 8 | ++++---- |

2 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)diff --git a/R/calculateSLoWC.R b/R/calculateSLoWC.R@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@ -#' Calculate the "severity loss of well-clear" (SLoWC) metric, described in RTCA +#' Calculate the "severity loss of Well Clear" (SLoWC) metric, described in RTCA #' SC-228 Closed-Loop Metrics White Paper. #' #' @param trajectory1 A \code{flighttrajectory} object corresponding to the @@ -6,10 +6,10 @@ #' @param trajectory2 A \code{flighttrajectory} object corresponding to the #' second aircraft. #' @return The numeric vector giving the SLoWC metric. Values lie in the range -#' [0, 100]. A SLoWC of 0 indicates well-clear, while a value of 100 +#' [0, 100]. A SLoWC of 0 indicates Well Clear, while a value of 100 #' corresponds to "full penetration" (i.e., a collision). #' -#' @details Note that the RTCA definition of well-clear is undergoing revision. +#' @details Note that the RTCA definition of Well Clear is undergoing revision. #' This code is based on the SLoWC formulation by Ethan Pratt and Jacob Kay as #' implemented in a MATLAB script by Ethan Pratt dated 2016-04-18. #'diff --git a/man/calculateSLoWC.Rd b/man/calculateSLoWC.Rd@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ % Please edit documentation in R/calculateSLoWC.R \name{calculateSLoWC} \alias{calculateSLoWC} -\title{Calculate the "severity loss of well-clear" (SLoWC) metric, described in RTCA +\title{Calculate the "severity loss of Well Clear" (SLoWC) metric, described in RTCA SC-228 Closed-Loop Metrics White Paper.} \usage{ calculateSLoWC(trajectory1, trajectory2) @@ -16,15 +16,15 @@ second aircraft.} } \value{ The numeric vector giving the SLoWC metric. Values lie in the range - [0, 100]. A SLoWC of 0 indicates well-clear, while a value of 100 + [0, 100]. A SLoWC of 0 indicates Well Clear, while a value of 100 corresponds to "full penetration" (i.e., a collision). } \description{ -Calculate the "severity loss of well-clear" (SLoWC) metric, described in RTCA +Calculate the "severity loss of Well Clear" (SLoWC) metric, described in RTCA SC-228 Closed-Loop Metrics White Paper. } \details{ -Note that the RTCA definition of well-clear is undergoing revision. +Note that the RTCA definition of Well Clear is undergoing revision. This code is based on the SLoWC formulation by Ethan Pratt and Jacob Kay as implemented in a MATLAB script by Ethan Pratt dated 2016-04-18. }