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angular

1. having an angle or angles
2. measured by an angle or by the rate at which an angle changes
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Angular

Areas formed by two lines diverging from a common point, two planes diverging from a common line, and the space between such lines or surfaces, whether on the exterior or interior of a structure.
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angular

[′aŋ·gyə·lər]
(science and technology)
Having sharp corners.
Having or forming angles.
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Angular

A Web framework for Web applications running in the browser from Google and the Angular community. Introduced in 2016, Angular is a complete rewrite of AngularJS and is the front end in the MEAN stack (see below). Whereas JavaScript was the language for AngularJS, TypeScript is the preferred language for Angular development. See AngularJS, MongoDB and Node.js.

The MEAN StackM - MongoDB database
  E - Express.js application server
  A - Angular client framework
  N - Node.js server runtime
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In the following sections we review the QCM proposed angular momentum constraint that leads to a select set of orbital radii for all planetary systems and demonstrate its application to the Solar System, the 5 moons of Pluto, the 7 planets of TRAPPIST-1, and to numerous other exoplanetary systems, including HD 10180.
To measure angular velocity by the camera, there is massive data to be processed.
The NAP configuration, due to the required numerical integration step to calculate angular velocity, is prone to cumulative integration error from bias, drift, misalignment, or vibration.
The conceptus of 20 weeks angular pregnancy was extruded through the left lateral angulation of uterine cavity (figure 2).
The distribution of shear stress in the CNT must satisfy the conditions with respect to the angular displacement at the boundary.
A comparative experiment of three algorithms was conducted to evaluate their performance of tree trunk features extraction at different angular resolutions.
The angular velocities obtained from the rate gyro sensors include noises caused by various sources, such as the other parts' vibration and the characteristic of hardware [13].
During further facial and oral examination angular cheilitis was detected but the patient was not aware of it.
The three-dimensional marker triad paths were recorded then smoothed via a Butterworth low-pass filter (6 hz), and processed to yield global body 1-2-3 angular motions of the club and the three-dimensional global positions of the hub path using methods described in Nesbit (2005).
Van Citters developed angular extrusion, a solid state process, for forming these materials, resulting in high crystallinity by small crystallite size.
From the perspective of angular momentum control, it has been learned that the central nervous system of human beings would intentionally adjust the angular momentum with respect to the center of gravity while walking, and thus the method of minimizing the angular momentum is proposed [17,18].
For the case of the general Kerr-de Sitter black hole (with positive cosmological constant), the collision of two particles can take place on the outer horizon of the nonextremal black hole and the CM energy of collision can blow up arbitrarily if one of the colliding particles has the critical angular momentum.