dynamic rotation


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dynamic rotation

The continual changing of some element. Often refers to the delivery of a different banner ad each time a new page is displayed for the user. See banner ad.
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He argued that the ministries which had representatives in Brussels had to do everything possible to ensure a dynamic rotation of employees in order to expand the pool of officials with skills and expertise.
FreedomVOICE altered the system to provide a dynamic rotation that would change with each call.
The verification program supports dynamic rotation, and has pan and zoom capabilities.
The user environment closely mimics the ECAD experience, with a tree-based model manager, 3D mouse-based view manipulation, and dynamic rotation, translation and zoom.

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