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triangulate

marked with or composed of triangles
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The company said that its software-only hybrid wireless positioning system helps users navigate in most major cities by triangulating signals broadcast from Wi-Fi access points and cellular towers.
Calls from a mobile phone can be located using the sophisticated technology of triangulating the signal from mobile phone masts.
The author is at his best when triangulating or cross-referencing these categories: In a discussion of the '80s vogue for anti-nuclear war films like Testament and The Day After, Jenkins notes how these pictures highlighted nuclear winter's threat to children, wryly concluding, "The bomb was the ultimate form of child abuse."
It seems plausible, but it would also seem that in the past couple of seasons CTV has had broader ambitions and has been triangulating to include the salacious and the ideological left.
Setting the right SG & A targets requires triangulating such benchmarks with maintenance of the business, or MoB, the minimum spending required for survival mode-level spending.
Based on the manufacturing requirements, the frame retained this overall shape, but moved from upper and lower rails connected by triangulating members to a design with an open C-channel center section and front and rear hydroformed rails.
Currently, AGV's move products and parts about the factory or warehouse following lines in the floor or triangulating from reflectors inside the building.