simple point

simple point

[′sim·pəl ¦pȯint]
(mathematics)
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From a simple point of view, the Wolves just aren't ready for the NBA Finals.
Users can collect simple point readings with the arm's hard probe, and laser-scan the sections requiring large volumes of data (at more than 13,000 points/sec).
It changes the process of medical record keeping by allowing any person, regardless of computer aptitude, to enter data with a simple point to the screen and to be able to receive all necessary information without ever going to a "chart area.
The simple point is that we have a tight market here in California.
A simple point system awarded each jockey 10 points for a win; five for second; three for third; two for fourth; and one for fifth.
Simple point and click actions allow the Security Manager to focus on specific, suspicious events to monitor the source's activity and potentially take action, providing the ultimate in situational awareness and control.
Elegant and persuasive reports are easy to create with a simple point and click that converts your data into easy-to-read reports.
With simple point and click access, all your important information can be deposited, retrieved and searched.