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navigating

(networking, hypertext)
Finding your way around. Often used of the Internet, particularly the World-Wide Web.

A browser is a tool for navigating hypertext documents.
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They address campus conversations on race, the experiences of Ghanaian PhD graduates from various universities, dealing with racial microaggressions, designing culturally responsive assessment for higher education institutions, navigating the politics of academia, and navigating obstacles faced in university teaching using critical race theory.
"Navigating the Zeitgeist" is Sheehan's fascinating account of her journey from her 1940s and 1950s beginnings, into the turbulent 1960s, when the Vietnam War, black power, and women's liberation rocked her bedrock assumptions and prompted a volley of life-upending questions -questions shared by millions of young people of her generation.
has forged a collaboration with technology firm Navigating Cancer to offer an enhanced Patient Relationship Management platform for community-based oncologists, the company said.
"All the comments and complaints from patients about the difficulties navigating the building have been reduced since we implemented the GPS technology," Modupe said.
Bahar discussed business opportunities and navigating challenges for doing business in Indonesia, from the standpoint of Japanese companies.
In an experiment, the researchers trained and tested the model in navigating environments with multiple moving agents, which is a useful test for autonomous cars, especially navigating intersections and roundabouts.
The collaborative project of Simcha Ronen (Professor of Organizational Behavior, Tel Aviv University) and Oded Shenkar (Ford Motor Campny Chair in Glboal Business Management and Professor of Management and Human Resources, Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University), "Navigating Global Business: A Cultural Compass" deftly integrates and synthesizes all available country cluster studies into a nested meta-structure accompanied by eco-cultural correlates that distinguish amongst clusters.
They use laser triangulation for guidance, navigating without tape, stickers or magnets.
Designed as a fast 8-layers residual network, it produces two outputs for each single input image: a steering angle to keep the drone navigating while avoiding obstacles, and a collision probability to let the drone recognise dangerous situations and promptly react to them.
The self-navigating ship will be capable of navigating entirely without a human crew and will not be affected by human issues such as tedium.
Critique: Impressively well written and a thoroughly 'user friendly' read from beginning to end, "Navigating in Organizations" is a very highly recommended addition to community and academic library Business Management reference collections and supplemental studies lists.