positioning


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positioning

[pə′zish·ən·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A tooling function concerned with manipulating the workpiece in relationship to the working tools.
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Blankson and Kalafatis [1]have expounded that limited research existed in past on the brand positioning effectiveness i.e.
Fuchs [2]also supported that there are scant studies that address to measure the effectiveness of brand positioning. Furthermore he has explained that there is no authentic instrument that could measure the effectiveness of brand positioning.
The main concern of positioning is consumer's perception (i.e.
In fact, one of the successful new brand positioning models is a consolidation of the previously popular ones.
The most used positioning model is the UAI-based (Usage, Attitude, Image) positioning.
One set prescribed positioning only on consumer values, which came to be known as "market positioning" - positioning only on what's important to the market.
This attachment also allows for external sample positioning and has the ability to measure the reflective properties of polymeric materials.
The purpose of an automated sample positioning system is to increase the efficiency of an instrument by allowing unattended measurements.
For the linear x positioning, an 800CT table with a series 23 motor was used.
Their positioning will improve the team's opportunity to pick up "half chances" on rebounds and score.
For example, the right forward should not always be responsible for covering the right post, as player positioning is constantly changing, based on the flow of play.
The positioning is based on two factors: the flow of the game and the formation of the team.