Definitions for "Spatial"
Of or pertaining to space.
Refers to phenomena distributed in space and therefore having physical dimensions and geography.
Pertaining to space, or pertaining to distance such as spatial variation (variation over distance).
Keywords:  dassault, flagship, academia, acis, caa
In May 2002, Spatial Corp. became the primary channel for sales and marketing of Dassault Systèmes' Component Application Architecture V5 (CAA V5) development platform to software developers. Spatial also provides high-performance 3D software development solutions for 3D interoperability, modeling, and visualization. The flagship Spatial product, ACIS®, is the de facto 3D solid modeling standard. By integrating Spatial technologies with new or their own applications, manufacturers can achieve the 3D functionality they desire while reducing development costs and optimizing development resources.
The relevant base collection of technologies, policies and institutional arrangements that facilitate the availability of and access to spatial data. A spatial data infrastructure provides a basis for spatial data discovery, evaluation and application for users and suppliers within all levels of government, the commercial sector, the non-profit sector, academia and citizens in general.
order is a method of description that begins at one geographical point and moves onward in an orderly fashion. See, for example, Lesley Choyce's Description of Wedge Island that first describes the whole island and then moves from the grassy peninsula at the top out to the tip. Specific
Artifacts and features in close proximity that infer a relationship in time.