active accommodation

active accommodation

[′ak·tiv ə‚käm·ə′dā·shən]
(control systems)
The alteration of preprogrammed robotic motions by the integrated effects of sensors, controllers, and the robotic motion itself.
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Through case studies from southern Mexico (though not the Zapatistas), Ecuador, and Bolivia, the book explores the movements for multicultural rights--the active accommodation of rights held by minority groups as opposed to those held by individuals--and the complexity in what appears on the surface to be a straightforward demand for communal rights and respect for traditional practices.
c) As the exit vergence from the lens is negative, near vision spectacles or active accommodation is required to use the aid
Even the New Testament, in which the presence of Christ theoretically renders the text capable of perfect representation, seems to privilege the active accommodation of praxis over the precision of pure signification.
In retrospect, active accommodation of Nasser cost Hussein half the kingdom, but the throne was saved.
10); and active accommodation, through becoming a rural activist, Stakhanovite or officeholder.