pivot window

pivot window

A window that turns about hinges usually aligned along a vertical axis.
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The data you are working in Excel and Power Pivot window are stored in an analytical database within the Excel workbook, and a strong local engine uploads, interrogates and updates the data from that database.
At a given stage we are done with the columns to the left of the pivot window.
When the pivot column chosen from the pivot window would lead to a leading triangular factor whose condition number exceeds [Tau], we mark all remaining columns in the pivot window (k, say) as "rejected," pivot them to the end of the matrix, generate a block transformation (of width not more than nb), apply it to the remainder of the matrix, and then reposition the pivot window to encompass the next w not-yet-rejected columns.
This choice tries to ensure a suitable pivot window and "loosens up" a bit as the matrix size increases.
Minutes later a huge gust of wind caught the pivot window above him - he leapt away just as the full weight of the window would have swung down on his head.
Contract Notice: The contract comprises window refurbishments to existing timber sash & case and pivot windows at 38-50 Shakespeare Street, Glasgow (refer to Contractor~s Application Pack for scope of works)
FTSE The work included servicing more than 135 pivot windows originally installed in 1983, realigning all the fire escape doors, servicing the automatic entrance doors to the school's reception and refurbishing the main entrance facade.
Pivot windows - These are made like casement windows but they have a hinge mechanismon each side so the sash can pivot at its mid point, allowing both sides of the glass to be cleaned from inside the house.
Don't think that because you have standard side hung or even pivot windows you are any safer.
The skin was intended to reflect this semi-vulnerability found at the ground floor shop, [the need to both protect the contents while inviting customers in] with the addition of the variegated movement found through sliding glass doors, operable pivot windows, framed views and other techniques of commercial entrapment and exchange.