In the growth of the embryo, Sir Everard Home I think noticed that the evolution was not from one central point, but coactive
from three or more points.
Design: Designing Support for Interdependence in Joint Activity.
With this in mind, six organizations Wednesday launched the TRACS Transportation Coactive
, to gather expertise from different transport stakeholders and academics and create a "sustainable transportation plan" to present to Cabinet.
The majority of these studies have been conducted in coactive
team/group contexts where the overall performance of teams is dependent upon the summation of individual performances (but where no specific interaction between team members is necessary: e.g., a swimming relay race).
The power literature recognizes power with as a coactive
phenomenon (see Follet 1924, 111).
More specifically, Coactive
and bidirectional relations involving genetic, neural, social, and cultural all exert an impact upon the individuals' behaviour (Gottlieb, 2007).
The solid-state Blighter passive electronically scanned array (PESA) radar detects small and slow-moving targets - even in cluttered environments - due to the radar's coactive
frequency modulated continuous wave (FMCW) Doppler fast-scan processing.
 tested coactive
neurofuzzy inference system which combines fuzzy model and neural network in permeability prediction in a tight gas reservoir and gained convincing results.
Parthiban and Subramanian  developed a coactive
neurofuzzy inference system (CANFIS) for prediction of heart diseases.
For example, performance in interactive team sports has been gauged using win-loss records (34,58), and in a coactive
sport using individual golf scores (60).
This is confirmed by the acceptance of the alternative hypothesis which says that there is a significant relationship between coactive
process and social dialogue (chi-square value 77.143; table value 9.49).