TVC products work seamlessly with existing AI hardware and software solutions, allowing pipeline operators and surveyors to use mobile devices to align and spatialize
disparate survey data, and create reports that help enhance safety.
In a different language, it was an effort to politically spatialize
multivocity of Indian multiculturality, multireligiosity and multiethinicity.
Unfortunately, sometimes we are so busy with our daily activities and work that we tend to ignore the fact that the media can, indeed, spatialize
and geopoliticize a conflict by 'labeling' and 'identifying', thus creating a sense of 'pertinence' amongst us, the 'audience'; in other words, creating a binary world between 'us' and 'them, the 'other.
By establishing the indices in georeferenced points, it is possible to spatialize
them using geostatistical tools, which provide better understanding on their variation and behavior in the environment.
For example, WAG = DIRECTION + ALTERNATE is a mixture Of 9/32 CHANGE, 5/32 RELATE, 4/32 SPATIALIZE
, 4/32 STRAIGHTEN, 4/32 UNBARE, 2/32 FIT, 2/32 ORDER and 2/32 PLURALIZE.
In the tenth stanza (lines 87-98), Prufrock comes again to spatialize
his frightening past as a piece of memory over which he negotiates himself; looking back in anger, anguish and/or regret:
We might say that just as text is "raised" from the document, so written and represented speech acts on the manuscript or printed page spatialize
textual place, connecting meaning to materiality, readerly acts to writerly acts and the present experience of the object to the past moment(s) of its coming-into-being.
The intuitive workflow and familiar interface offer an easier way to spatialize
a PODS database.
Using antebellum America's architecture to spatialize
the experience of social marginalization, Jacobs places Brent into the historical ellipsis between a founding ideal of equality and any fulfillment of that ideal.
In chapter 7 ("The `Spatializing' of Time"), Craig discusses the tendency of B-theorists (for example, Hawking) to spatialize
time, which is both unjustifiable and metaphysically incoherent.
That technology has a tendency to flatten out the human person into a single dimension (or, in Pickstock's terms, to spatialize
us) is the theme of a number of neo-Luddite books of recent years.
Just as his reading of Heart of Darkness found two different points of view in it, Said wants to read a range of cultural works as doubly driven: pushed by the needs of imperial ideology to spatialize
history, but enabled by contrapuntal reading to reveal the traces of the very history they seek to occult in the security of spectacle.