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On curves kinematically related to a given curve

1923
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Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society
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In a space S is given a curve C. With any point P on it is associated a position of the moving trihedron formed by the tangent, principal normal, and binormal to the curve at P. We might call an indicatrix trihedron a trihedron whose axes pass through a fixed point, and are parallel to those of the moving trihedron, and denote it by 7. As the point P describes the curve, the indicatrix trihedron will rotate about (lines passing through) its vertex. This motion, or the motion of a space rigidly

doi:10.1090/s0002-9904-1923-03667-7
fatcat:q7lzn5odcnaldlouvdgqlmnlqy