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Synonyms for coordinate

to combine and adapt in order to attain a particular effect

Synonyms for coordinate

a number that identifies a position relative to an axis

bring order and organization to

bring into common action, movement, or condition

be co-ordinated

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bring (components or parts) into proper or desirable coordination correlation

of equal importance, rank, or degree

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Multilevel Coordinate Localization (MCL) method [7], which assumes coordinates of the beacon nodes are unknown as well, calculates coordinates of the beacon nodes using the same algorithm via the same coordinate system, and then compares the solutions with the real coordinate to find out the error, and thereby uses the error to correct the estimated unknown nodes' coordinates.
Declaring coordinates to be pathological is a fallacy because it is a violation of general relativity at its most fundamental level.
Chapter 2, "Introduction to Coordinate Systems," covers some of the basic terminology common in the field of coordinate systems.
Suppose the accuracy of an image or map were plus or minus 100 feet; coordinates measured using that image or map could not be any more accurate than plus or minus 100 feet, or approximately the nearest one second of latitude and longitude.
Recall that the objective is to use algebra on the coordinates.
Hence, with respect to the spherical coordinates [rho], [phi] and [theta], the equation of the above sphere is simply [rho] = r.
Particles are then mapped onto processors on the basis of their x, y, and z coordinates.
Within days, the first "cache" was established near Portland, Oregon, and its coordinates listed on an internet newsgroup for GPS users.
Another option would be traditional coordinate measuring machines, or CMMs, but they are typically mounted on a fixed-bed and occupy considerable space.
He then generalized the result to produce a formula that relates the curvatures and coordinates of the centers of four mutually tangent circles--just as Descartes had done for curvatures alone.
A click on the Coordinates button leads to three pages featuring more than 20 coordinated collections.
This center coordinates interagency operational and support needs of the deployment and manages joint agency public information and media interaction.
The definition approved by the Case Management Society of America is as follows: "Case management is a collaborative process which assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors and evaluates options and services to meet an individual's health needs through communication and available resources to promote quality, cost-effective outcomes.
To make Kyoko move, the computer changes the coordinates of her body parts.
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