triangulate


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triangulate

marked with or composed of triangles
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Vasquez contends that both authors triangulate "the 'inclusive nationalism' of the Cultural Front of the 1930s with the militant practices of the insurgent nationalist period of the 1960s" in order to negotiate a new way forward (27).
The user can phone or e-mail the information provided by Triangulate to emergency personnel.
The system uses strategically-placed receivers to triangulate on aircraft transponder signals.
Sensis MDS uses multiple low-maintenance, non-rotating sensors to triangulate aircraft location, based on transponder signals to supply air traffic controllers with precise aircraft position and identification information regardless of weather conditions.
SAN DIEGO -- With Southern California's high ratio of skaters, photographers and filmers, drastic skatespot measures have been taken: Jamie Thomas learned advanced geometry in order to triangulate within any skate photo, using the position of the sun and visible degrees of shadow, to find where secret spots are.
Sheehan Goes to Washington,'' the press-coined ``peace mom'' and her followers interrupted the Dems' agenda-setting press conference, shouting something like ``Discombobulate, triangulate, troops home now
One such technique is learning how to triangulate alternative media--rather than accepting any one alternative media's viewpoint as gospel, consult multiple alternative media known to lean toward different sides of the issue and compare their stories.
Instead, the Austin Group opted to use a new reverse engineering method involving laser scanning, in which a line of laser light is projected onto surfaces while cameras continuously triangulate the distance and profile of the laser line as it sweeps along the component.
Laser scanners project a line of light onto surfaces while cameras continuously triangulate the changing distance and profile of the laser scan line as it sweeps over the contours of the object.
Laser scanning, however, in which a laser light is projected onto the component's surfaces while built-in cameras continuously triangulate the changing distance and profile of the laser as it sweeps along, enabled accurate replication of the part in less time.
Through extremes of weather and disease, these scientists dutifully triangulate distances and gather botanical specimens throughout the Peruvian wilderness.
The new system enables the Navy to tap into satellite feeds to triangulate the position of a moving object and automatically send those coordinates to NETVM, which trains the pan/tilt/zoom cameras on the object.