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spatial

[′spā·shəl]
(physics)
Of or pertaining to space; occupying space; occurring in, or conditioned by, space; considered with relation to space.

spatial

Having to do with space. Contrast with "temporal," which deals with time.
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This possibility, to be enabled and enacted graphically, takes several forms: a kind of visio-logico-compositional authoring that engages mind-mapping, grids, matrices, lattices, and other spatialised structures whose semantic value as forms inflects and informs the production of meaning in the works they enable.
Although not couched in such terms, the 'Sustainable Communities Plan' and related documents such as Making it Happen: The Northern Way (8) have some of the characteristics of the form of spatialised national public policy-making practiced in nations such as France, and defined by the EU Compendium of Spatial Planning Policies and Systems as the 'regional economic approach' to spatial planning.
This leads us, according to Elden, to a new conception of history, which is no longer to be seen as an assemblage of events in linear sequence but as spatialised history, a history which uses space not merely as an object of analysis but rather as a tool of historical analysis.
From realistic 3D spatialised sound, to audio archaeology'-accurately synthesizing the sounds of buildings and spaces in the past - to new types of specialised audio production equipment.
The small circles outlined with dots are the magullu yams the woman was gathering, while the dotted outlines on the main figures are said to represent sequential camp sites, a notion of spatialised time.
For individuals on Luang, and elsewhere in the region, 'sustainability', sometimes enacted as the collective projection of and response to past initiatives, present imperatives, and future intentions, is most often articulated as a continuing assertion of a distinct, spatialised identity and, linked to this, the expression of on-going claims of exclusive ownership and use of marine resources and areas.
Chora then is the space in which place is made possible, the chasm for the passage of spaceless forms into a spatialised reality, a dimensionless tunnel opening itself to spatialisation, obliterating itself to make others possible and actual.
Recognizing the importance and underutilisation of spatialised sound, he decided to pursue research in psychoacoustics at Northwestern University, earning a Master's degree.
The spatialised practices of teaching writing: Shaping the discoursal self.
Historically gambling control in many countries has been heavily spatialised and, relatedly, racialised and class stratified.
Spatialised mobility confronts temporal disjuncture as we are faced with how these figures invoke the nation's history.
24) Deleuze, after Bergson, distinguishes two types of time: Chronos is the spatialised, measured, clock time, but Aeon, as duration itself, is virtual.