spatialization


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spatialization

(ˌspeɪʃəlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

spatialisation

n
(Philosophy) the process of causing something to occupy space or assume some of the properties of space
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Component 1: Development of the operational guide plan, Spatialization of urban programming (housing / housing, Equipment, Services, Shops .
The potential of harnessing the spatialization of biopolitical abandonment clearly resonates in the work of other scholars.
In this context, spatialization and interpolation of meteorological data, which have the zoning as the product, are fundamental in a state with the dimensions of Mato Grosso.
He describes how the brain remembers the past to predict the future, how it is a machine that tells time, how it creates the sense of time, and how it allows people to mentally travel back and forth in time, and discusses circadian rhythms; the subjective sense of time, including time compression and dilation; the role of timing in language and music; how the brain tells time; and the physical and mental nature and physics of time, whether physics and neuroscience are compatible in their perspectives, including their spatialization of time, and the concept of consciousness.
But a more recent work, The Kiss (2015), takes this spatialization to a new level and reveals its pre-sponsive nature.
As Roberts notes, the goal of sovereign marronage "is emancipation, its scope social-structural, its spatialization is polity-wide, its metaphysics includes the individual and the community, and its medium is the lawgiver" (p.
Was this speech a true act of geopolitical spatialization and the creation of a more rigid and tougher, binary world, resembling to the US-vs-Soviet Union days?
Clifford's reaction to the new spatialization the railroad augured encapsulates one of the novels' central concerns--how various forms of travel and mobility will either decimate or emancipate us from obsolescent social bonds.
He is enamored with spatialization, which is an exciting procedure that incorporates simultaneous and contrapuntal use of space--moving around and through the listener, resulting in transformations of timbres, intensities, and durations.
Decor, which has emerged as one of the crucial artistic strategies of the present, appears to correspond to the inevitable spatialization of the collage and montage aesthetics that spectacle itself has enforced.
adapting the conceptual framework put forward by Mosco (2009) for the political economy of communication at large, which foregrounds commodification, spatialization and structura tion in order to characterize processes rather than simply identify relevant institutions.