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Synonyms for dimension

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the amount of space occupied by something

Synonyms for dimension

the magnitude of something in a particular direction (especially length or width or height)

a construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished

one of three Cartesian coordinates that determine a position in space

magnitude or extent

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indicate the dimensions on

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shape or form to required dimensions

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Written by researchers from the United States and Europe, the paper's opening words are: "Although the question of why our universe has exactly three (large) spatial dimensions is one of the most profound puzzles in cosmology - especially in view of quantum gravity scenarios such as string theory which assume 9 or 10 space dimensions at the fundamental level - it is actually only occasionally addressed in the literature.
The article complements current literature on urban activism by highlighting the relevance of the spatial dimension in the emergence of a new public that opposes dominant institutional and corporate actors.
And furthermore, it will be a great chance for me to fuse research procedures that I normally do separately: walking through a landscape, exploring its local history, creating artworks by relating to its spatial dimensions and materials.
To that challenge, Nordic development co-operation has much to offer, especially on the spatial dimensions of poverty as the Nordic region has generally done better on reducing regional inequalities than many comparable countries (the United Kingdom, my own country, for example).
In exploring the complexity of this version of mediation, the authors turn to the philosophies of Henri Bergson and Jacques Derrida, whose ideas provide the scaffolding through which the temporal and spatial dimensions of being and becoming in the techno world are explored.
Though the matrix will heuristically prompt the researcher to check the pertinence of the various spatial dimensions for a particular situation, question, or problem, not all of the spatial dimensions and thus cells need to be equally relevant to the case in hand, thus making some cells empirically redundant.
Such spatial resolution exceeds that of presently available reference brains by a factor of 50 in each of the three spatial dimensions.
The articles address a variety of topics including the consequences of the Internet for politics, using roll call estimates to test models of politics, global civil society and the progress of post-Westphalian politics, domestic explanations of international relations, international influences on election in new multiparty states, formal models of international institutions, institutions and causal inference in postcommunist studies, international regimes for human rights, LGBT politics and American political development, formal models of bureaucracy, causes and electoral consequences of party policy shifts in multiparty elections, the place of religion in comparative politics, and geographic information systems and the spatial dimensions of American politics.
Using molecular modeling, Craddock et al reveal a perfect match among spatial dimensions, geometry and electrostatic binding of the insect-like CaMKII, and hexagonal lattices of tubulin proteins in microtubules.
For Benjamin, the temporal and spatial dimensions of the fragments form the dialectics of past and present images, which are subject to a continual process of layering or superimposition.
From Bill Gates to Sarah Palin to Yao Ming to Joe Smith, we see the world as three infinite and absolute spatial dimensions moving uniformly through absolute time in one direction.
Our research examines a significant dimension generated under the interrelationship between the subject and the virtual space, by establishing that spatial dimensions may determine the level of inclusiveness, motivation and positive learning.
Specific topics include managing time and space of everyday life with a focus on health promotion, a child-centered perspective on sustainable cities, factors impacting the health and well-being of residents of high-rise developments, the role of open spaces in supporting community formation across dwelling types, urban socio-spatial segregation in Latin America, developments in gated communities in the Egyptian city of Cairo and the Turkish city of Istanbul, the design sensibility in the Jordanian city of Amman, the spatial dimensions of human emotional fulfillment in outdoor open space, the professionalization of expertise in sustainable development, and environmental worldviews and water conservation.
The first half of the book details the contours of economic inequality such as income and wealth distribution and class, gender and spatial dimensions.
Reynolds's pioneering exploration of the spatial dimensions of music is a hallmark of his work.
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