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interspace

[′in·tər‚spās]
(anatomy)
An interval between the ribs or the fibers or lobules of a tissue or organ.
(building construction)
An air space.
(physics)
An interval of space or time.
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Huang, Wang, Wang, Whalley, and Zhang combine a model of interspatial and inter-temporal trade between countries--recently used by Huang, Whalley, and Zhang (2004) to analyze the merits of trade liberalization in services when goods trade is restricted--with a model of foreign exchange rationing from Clarete and Whalley (1991) in which there is a fixed exchange rate with a surrender requirement for foreign exchange generated by exports.
Archaeologists usually endeavour to understand an archaeological landscape in terms of its overall presence and interspatial patterning--to understand how a site fits within a network of related features.
Contributing to this media ecology as well are prominent Japanese manga and their anime versions like Super Dimension Fortress Macross (1982) and The Guyver (1989), where even battles of the planets can be waged on a personal level thanks to transforming "mecha" and "bio-booster armor" that traverse interspatial zones with impunity.
A compelling cultural thesis also builds progressively across the book: women at home strongly identified with the mostly female studio audiences and contestants who appeared on these programs, creating "an interspatial community of women that was mobile as well as virtual" (11).
One of the consequences of the acceptance of this interspatial, interstitial condition is that the accepted topoi, literally the commonplaces of a given culture, no longer apply as premises, and rather become themselves an object of contention and argumentation--of negotiation.
saves the universe from a mysterious ship that is infested with gigantic flesh-eating bugs, rescues a civilization whose master computer has been sabotaged, tames a rogue sentient space ship, and tries to salvage a derelict starship that is stranded in an interspatial rift in Tholian space (actually, only half of the adventure is told in this volume).
In that respect, PPPs can be thought of as interspatial price indexes, and the methodology and data requirements belong to the methodology of index number theory.