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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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In this context, it can be assumed that the LST < 3 [degrees]C is an indication of frost occurrence in the region and, consequently, the MYD11A1 product can be used to spatialize this adverse phenomenon.
In his introduction, Scott spatializes development by comparing the "most romantic region of every country," which is "where the mountains unite themselves with the plains or lowlands" with the "most picturesque period of history," which is "when the ancient rough and wild manners of a barbarous age are just becoming innovated upon" (p.
What I have attempted is no doubt a compromise necessitated by the desire to spatialize, at least in part, the time-governed processes of reading and narrative action.
These are the structures in which nation may spatialize, transplant, redefine and reproduce itself as empire (Baucom 34-6).
Without hunting for conspiracy, one might also glimpse a communal ambition to spatialize a less hidebound model of curating across the city, mutating its public spaces into nodes of blue-sky thinking.
Glassy fragments cantilever across roads and public spaces, attempting, in the architects' words, "to catalyze an infrastructure that seeks to spatialize the cultural landscape within the urban fabric.
This differentiates the SongBird chip from other so-called 3D audio products that simply spatialize stereo (widening the sound field), or spatialize and pan over a half circle or localize static sound buffers in dedicated local memory.
Andrew Rudd spatializes elegantly the moral thought of Edmund Burke, who pondered the distant crimes in India of Warren Hastings.
GIS was locked to a mathematical model, called Pipe Condition Assessment (PCA) model, which spatializes information within the water distribution network, sewage, sink and soil system, data on the physical qualities of the network and other operational parameters.
She spatializes this geography from north to south: Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, the Southern Cone, and the Andean countries.