multiple point

multiple point

[′məl·tə·pəl ′pȯint]
(mathematics)
A point of a curve through which passes more than one arc of the curve.
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There will be multiple point shots on offer - including a five point shot - and a double point power play introduced.
JetWave 2450 V2 supports different point to point or point to multiple point network communications.
An analyst with the bank said, 'The S&P 500 median P/E is currently at its highest levels since 2001 and suggests that the average stock trades a full multiple point higher than the oft-quoted aggregate P/E.
Manish Mkan, CEO, iGTB, Polaris Financial Technology, said, "With Canvas Technology, CIOs can now focus on creating value added services without having to worry about multiple point solutions for various channels.
Process XDS NIR analyzers for in-line/on-line measurements are available in single and multiple point configurations and meet most electrical area classifications.
BinMaster Level Controls offers the MVL multiple scanner system that integrates multiple point measurement data from two 3DLevelScanners to cover a very wide surface area and provide better inventory accuracy for large vessels than any other level measurement device, according to the company.
It also consolidates multiple point products, simplifies IT administration, increases security, while reducing costs and risk to the business.
These needles are offered with multiple point configurations on the styler and/or the carmula.
The new DV-11+ Pro model, used for single point viscosity measurement, can be configured to run automated tests for multiple point data collection without the involvement of the operator or computer.
XDS Process Analytics are available in both single and multiple point versions that can be configured to analyze dear to opaque liquids, slurries, suspensions and solids.
Optical fibres processed with multiple point lateral illumination are woven into cloth to display various colourful designs and letters as well as moving images
Those services typically include: the distribution and lettershop and fulfillment of direct marketing packages, publications, and invoices; address hygiene services; LISPS consolidation (including such options as First Class, Priority Mail, and International Surface Airlift); remail alternatives to LISPS; return mail service; multiple point posting and direct entry; discounts on foreign and Canadian postage; business reply service; and Office of Exchange.

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