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convergence point

1. The point to which rays of light converge.
2. The closest point to the patient on which the eyes can converge as the object is moved closer and closer.
See also: point
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2) Correlation analysis of convergence point and total iteration number
Kataeb considered that the election law based on proportionality with fifteen districts, agreed upon in Bkirki, can be a convergence point for improving representation and fairness, provided that it is not blown up by adding new rules tailored according to narrow interests.
OFSEC has collaborated with government bodies, leading industry associations, research partners and specialists to establish the exhibition that caters to the entire fire, safety and security sectors, making it an imperative convergence point.
This may create a convergence point for the global market with the interest rate hike in the United States and rate drop in China.
Will smart phones continue to grow in capabilities and global uptake to become a convergence point for personal laboratory information?
It is also the convergence point for young innovators, investors, venture capitalists, students, coders, programmers and budding entrepreneurs.
The platform displays success stories and provides tools to help make the platform a convergence point of all elements of creativity and entrepreneurship in the field of information and communication technology.
A- The need for education and skills has a convergence point. Education is conceptual learning, to be used for strategic outputs in life.
Located 22 kilometers to the north of the Al-Ula city and nearly 380 kilometers to north of Al-Madinah, the site of Al-Hijr represents a convergence point of various civilizations on a trade route linking the Arabian Peninsula to the Levant, the Mediterranean region and Asia.
United States-based Convergence Point Media has introduced a mobile health shopper network, eHealthStore, it was reported on Tuesday.
As shown in Theorem 5, the principle direction will approximately point to the convergence solution only when the intermediate iteration results are within a small region of the convergence point. Because the convergence solution is not available beforehand, it is impossible to measure the distance between the intermediate and the convergence points directly.
He also praised the efforts exerted by Jordan in showing how Islam is a religion of moderation and tolerance, stressing that Jordan is a convergence point and advocates moderation in the region.

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