location dimension

location dimension

[lō′kā·shən də′men·chən]
(design engineering)
A dimension which specifies the position or distance relationship of one feature of an object with respect to another.
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Jibestream, an Inpixon Company (NASDAQ: INPX), is a software company that specialises in merging the location dimension into enterprise solutions for real-time visual intelligence.
In the first 100 cycles of the iteration, the location dimension information of the particle is characterized by a small amplitude and slow frequency.
Users can seamlessly blend their own spatial data into these SAP tools to gain new insights for decision making by fully exploiting the location dimension of their data.
For example, should a fact have associations with a Day dimension, a Location dimension, a Customer dimension, and a Product dimension, then the usual assumption would be for the fact to be described as being at a "by Day," "by Location," "by Customer," "by Product" metrics level.
For instance, if the above example had a degenerated "Order" dimension that consisted of Order Number and Order Taker ID as columns added onto the fact table, it is possible that more than one fact row might be required with the same values for the Day dimension, the Location dimension, the Customer dimension, and the Product dimension.
Before, companies relied on specialists to extract insight when having to work with a location dimension, Morris says, but the LIC is elevating the work out of the basement and onto the desktop.
Finally, it will provide a means to reorient the Web's content for discovery using a location dimension.
To this day, very few information technologies have both a strategic impact on organizations and an important location dimension. After briefly reviewing these technologies, this paper focuses on the dimensions that must be taken into account by firms before implementing these information technologies and proposes a grid for analyzing their strategic impacts and their contribution to the strategic direction of organizations.

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