true convergence


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true convergence

[′trü kən′vər·jəns]
(geodesy)
The angle at which one meridian is inclined to another on the surface of the earth.

true convergence

The angle at which one meridian is inclined to another on the surface of the earth. See convergence.
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Another example of true convergence is corporate structure arbitrage, where the fund simultaneously buys and sells different classes of a company's securities.
DVD represents the first true convergence product," said Tom Lesinski, senior vice president of worldwide marketing and development at Warner Home Video.
is a rather small marketplace in comparison to VHS, but as the first true convergence entertainment product, the potential, according to our statistics, is tremendous.
Such use cases collectively form an experimental test-bed perfectly suited for driving the design as well as for validating the development of a platform such as SAWSOC that will support true convergence of physical and logical security technologies, and overcome the fragmentation of security approaches.
True convergence looks different, said Michel van Veen, business development manager with Cable & Wireless.
It is intended to enable deployment of a single smart-card security solution on a global scale, ensuring true convergence and the required compliance with regulations such as HSPD-12 and Sarbanes-Oxley.
This is a true convergence product, all tying into the PC.