interaction space

interaction space

[¦in·tə¦rak·shən ‚spās]
(electronics)
A region of an electron tube in which electrons interact with an alternating electromagnetic field.
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"With "Urban Living - City of the Future" as the guiding theme, Techtextil and Texprocess are creating a shared interaction space that brings the application areas of Techtextil and Texprocess even closer together.
Tangible interaction technique requires physical board as interaction space and cube as medium interaction.
This collaborative action research study applied grounded theory design to study socialization skills in six children who are deafblind in the context of an arranged interaction space. The Institutional Review Board of Boston College approved the study and the consent process.
In our simulation model, the geometrical parameters of the interaction space and the number of side resonators, i.e., [r.sub.a], [r.sub.c], and N are 1.3 mm, 0.7 mm, and 28 respectively.
Amidst a fractured customer care landscape resides the rapid movement of new channels entering the customer interaction space. Multichannel, a term used for more than a decade now, refers to providing multiple channels of interaction for customers to contact and interact with a company.
(2) This is where there may be real possibilities for establishing the kind of interaction space Le Laboratoire exemplifies.
Where: [??]--is electron speed, m--electron mass, [[mu].sub.0]--magnetic permeability in vacuum, [absolute value of e]--absolute value of electron's charge, [??]--electric field intensity between anode and cathode, [??]--magnetic field intensity in anode-cathode interaction space.
This will have flexible wi-fi enabled space and group interaction space in place of more formal learning rooms, a Newi spokeswoman said.
It will include provision for a flexible Wi-Fi enabled space and group interaction space.
NT: What is the significance of the following in the customer interaction space?

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