simple point

simple point

[′sim·pəl ¦pȯint]
(mathematics)
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But there is a simple point of view in which this matter may be placed that must be altogether satisfactory.
Users can collect simple point readings with the arm's hard probe, and laser-scan the sections requiring large volumes of data (at more than 13,000 points/sec).
It changes the process of medical record keeping by allowing any person, regardless of computer aptitude, to enter data with a simple point to the screen and to be able to receive all necessary information without ever going to a "chart area.