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spatial

 [spa´shal]
pertaining to space.

spa·tial

(spā'shăl), Avoid the misspelling spacial.
Relating to space or a space.

spatial

/spa·tial/ (spa´shul) pertaining to space.

spa·tial

(spā'shăl)
Relating to space or a space.

spatial

pertaining to space.

spatial clustering
in geographical terms the cases in an outbreak of disease are clustered in groups and not spread randomly.
spatial distribution
the distribution of a population within an area.
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The listening in spatialized noise test: An auditory processing disorder study.
Both interfaces seemed to be similarly effective for gathering information on various text properties; however, the ANOVA showed a significant advantage of the auditory interface with spatialized speech when comparing the questions on text alignment: F(1,70) = 28.
These systemic variables include, in particular, the highly gendered, racialized, classed and spatialized character of the stigma attached to street sex work in Winnipeg's inner city.
In turn, this spatialized "alteration of sence" yields a capacity to "alter and affect the minde.
Described as just an anxiety attack by Tony, Paul's illness corresponds with Johnson's definition of anxiety (being psychological, cultural, and existential), though in distinctly spatialized terms: it is revulsion against the city imagined by Tony, even though Paul cannot make the connection consciously yet.
Here, too, Sugg emphasizes the wonder with which pre-Enlightenment anatomic science imbued the fragmented, spatialized human corpse.
Their rhetoric spatialized segregation, as though they anticipated Liam Kennedy's charge that while "our common understanding of space is that it is simply there, intangible but given," we should instead consider space as an indicator of "embedded ideologies" (8).
Use of X-Y coordinates, monuments, and place declarations as the basic spatially referenced system for origin, destination, residential, and intermodal junction locations for each trip and other spatialized objects in the system.
Time, in other words, is spatialized by the Memory Flower, and this seems to be allied to the irruption within The Carpathians of an equally mysterious entity: the Gravity Star.
Based on an impressive command of the history of Mexicans and of spatialized inequality in Chicago, Working the Boundaries repeatedly "jumps scales," as recent innovators in geography have put it, from rural Mexico, to Illinois, to United States immigration policy to show both how oppressively momentous and how fictive the border is.
The SoundSim Cube also supports 3D audio programming for multi-participant simulations allowing several cubes to be "daisy-chained" into the network and programming environment with spatialized voice communication between all the appliances.
They have demonstrated that a critical transient sound can be detected from among 10 distractor sounds with 85 percent accuracy using this spatialized 3-D audio presentation, while a change in course in one of four steady-running sonar contacts can be detected with 90 percent accuracy.