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Noun
/präkˈsimətē/,
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Nearness in space, time, or relationship,
  1. Nearness in space, time, or relationship
    • - do not operate microphones in close proximity to television sets

  1. the property of being close together
  2. the region close around a person or thing
  3. a Gestalt principle of organization holding that (other things being equal) objects or events that are near to one another (in space or time) are perceived as belonging together as a unit
  4. Proximity (typeset as ProXimity)is a 2001 Action/Thriller film starring Rob Lowe and James Coburn It is written by Ben Queen and Sheamus Ruane and directed by Scott Ziehl. ...
  5. closeness; the state of being near as in space, time, or relationship
  6. (Proximities (also called Affinities)) Desired closeness of organizational units to other units or other spaces (meeting rooms, file storage, etc.). This information is often represented in a proximity/affinity diagram.
  7. The height above the tablet’s active area where the Intuos4 tools are detected. See also pointing.
  8. Term often used to indicate closeness of one system component with respect to another, such as that of a transponder with respect to a reader.
  9. The distance from the epicenter of the earthquake and nearby earthquake faults to a specific location. In general, the closer the location is to the epicenter, the greater the damage.
  10. Proximity searching refers to the ability to specify how close within a record multiple terms should be. The most commonly used proximity search option in Internet finding aids is a phrase search that requires terms to be in the exact order specified within the markings (usually " ").
  11. Refers to a technology used to provide physical access control. This technology uses a contactless interface with a card reader. An antenna is embedded in the card, which emits a unique radio frequency when in close proximity to the electronic field of the card reader. ...
  12. A method of reading a card or key tag without requiring any physical contact between the card/tag and the reading device. Click Here for a description of the operating principle behind proximity.
  13. information on events/situations occurring in an area covered by a particular media outlet or those that hit "close to home" psychologically with the media audience.
  14. anantara, is one of the 24 conditions (paccaya).
  15. searching – to find words near each other. The first example is a search for duty within 5 words of care.
  16. A gestalt term that describes our tendency to put things that are close together into a group.
  17. A type of card technology that sends wireless digital data from a card to a reader through means of an electrostatic coupling.
  18. Proximity to the pack is 10 feet. You can hit within 20 feet of the pack. Up to 10 feet, you are still a part of the pack. Enter more confusion about pack definition and how to use it.
  19. A non-contact system for reading cards. Data is exchanged between card and reader by radio frequency, fiber optics, induction, laser or other non-mechanical contact technology.
  20. to user is high (teacher and student; doctor and patient)
  21. A transponder/credential and reader system utilizing RFID technology in which the credential and reader contain digital state machines or microcontrollers, analog front ends and antennas to communicate without having to come into contact with one another. ...
  22. (as a Gestalt principle of perception) A Gestalt principle of form perception (see Gestalt approach): the tendency, when viewing an assortment of objects, to perceive objects that are close to each other as forming a group within the assortment
  23. The proximity principle is sometimes used as an alternative to subsidiarity, which is meant to ensure that decisions are taken as close to the citizen as possible. ...
  24. A Gestalt principle of grouping by closeness in time or space.
  25. Some search tools use proximity of two or more search terms to determine relevancy of a result.