Birisiyle ilk kez karşılaştığında, kendinle arkadaşın arasına konulan mesafeye kesinlikle dikkat et. - When meeting a person for the first time, be sure to pay attention to the distance placed between yourself and your partner.
Tokyo ve Osaka arasındaki mesafe yaklaşık 10 kilometreymiş diye duydum. - I heard that the distance between Tokyo and Osaka is about 10 km.
(Eğitim) Uzaktan eğitim: Uzaktan eğitim öğrenci ile öğretmenin fiziksel olarak aynı ortamda olmaması durumunda kullanılan eğitim teknolojilerindendir. Eğitim teknolojisi tarafından incelenen bir fenomendir ve bu alanın eğitim bilimlerine yaptığı en büyük katkıdır. Uzaktan eğitim ile öğretmenler ve öğrenciler asenkron uzaktan eğitim (kendi seçtiği zamanlarda basılı veya elektronik ortamların el değiştirmesi) veya senkron uzaktan eğitim (eş zamanlı iletişimi sağlayan teknolojiler ile etkileşim) yöntemlerinden uygun ve mümkün olanını kullanarak eğitim çalışmalarını yürütebilirler
(Askeri) SAPMA MESAFESİ KAYITÇISI: Bir sapma mesafesi kayıtçısı, en yakın yaklaşma noktasındaki mermi yolundan hedefe olan düşey mesafeyi gösterir. Bu kayıtçı, ölçü aleti sapma mesafesini gösterir; ancak sağ-yukarı değerler bilinmemektedir
(Askeri) MİKTAR VE MESAFE ÇİZELGELERİ: Depolanabilecek patlayıcı maddelerinin cins ve miktarı ve bu maksatla kullanılan depoların binalara, kara yıllarına, demir yollarına, cephaneliklerine ve diğer tesislere yakınlığı ile ilgili yönetmelik
(Askeri) YOL BOŞALTMA MESAFESİ: Belirli bir yol kısmının, bütün kol hesabına boşaltılması için bir motorlu kol başının katetmesi gereken toplam mesafe. Bu mesafe, katedilecek yol ile motorlu kol derinliğinin toplamına eşittir
The space between two objects; the length of a line, especially the shortest line joining two points or things that are separate; measure of separation in place
If you distance yourself from a person or thing, or if something distances you from them, you feel less friendly or positive towards them, or become less involved with them. The author distanced himself from some of the comments in his book Television may actually be distancing the public from the war. + distanced dis·tanced Clough felt he'd become too distanced from his fans
The space separating the fencers We distinguish five distances: Open distance = farther than advance-lunge distance Advance-lunge distance Lunging distance Thrusting distance Close Quarters = closer than thrusting distance
A withholding of intimacy; alienation; coldness; disagreement; variance; restraint; reserve
size of the gap between two places; "the distance from New York to Chicago"; "he determined the length of the shortest line segment joining the two points"
Looking at this term from the standpoint of the narrator, the recounting narrator can have varying degrees and different types of distance from the story they are telling Factors would include whether or not they are a part of the events as well as the passage of time since those events Narrators can also have moral distance from their tale if their values have changed since they participated in the events they are recounting or intellectual distance if they have gained new insight or education since they performed the actions communicated
a measure of the disparity between two observations on a set of variables The most common measure is the squared Euclidian distance which is the sum of squared differences across a set of variables Letting m = the number of variables, and Xij be the value of the j-th variable for the i-th case, the squared Euclidian distance between cases k and l is
Distance learning or distance education involves studying at home and sending your work to a college or university, rather than attending the college or university in person. I'm doing a theology degree by distance learning
a remote point in time; "if that happens it will be at some distance in the future"; "at a distance of ten years he had forgotten many of the details"
When two things are very far apart, you talk about the distance between them. The distance wouldn't be a problem
The distance between two points or places is the amount of space between them. the distance between the island and the nearby shore Everything is within walking distance
If you are at a distance from something, or if you see it or remember it from a distance, you are a long way away from it in space or time. The only way I can cope with my mother is at a distance Now I can look back on the whole tragedy from a distance of forty years
Unless the context clearly indicates otherwise, "distance" means the same as "mileage "
keep at a distance; "we have to distance ourselves from these events in order to continue living
The approximate distance to the nearest coastline The nearest coastline may be an island or a point on the U S shoreline
If you can see something in the distance, you can see it, far away from you. We suddenly saw her in the distance
The length (in feet, meters, miles, etc ) between two waypoints or from your current position to a destination waypoint This length can be measured in straight line (rhumb line) or great circle (over the earth) terms GPS normally uses great circle calculations for distance and desired track
Usually treated as a measure of evolutionary divergence, i e phylogenetic distance increases with increasing evolutionary divergence Distances are usually expressed pair-wise among the terminal taxa, and can be calculated based on a specified evolutionary model; the model specifies the probabilities of character-state changes through evolutionary time Distances are popular for building phylogenetic trees from molecular sequence data (cf maximum likelihood, parsimony)
the property created by the space between two objects or points size of the gap between two places; "the distance from New York to Chicago"; "he determined the length of the shortest line segment joining the two points"
Remoteness in succession or relation; as, the distance between a descendant and his ancestor
One of the three components of the time, distance, and shielding (TDS) response; refers to the recommendation that one maintain distance from a hazard if at all possible Refer to the North American Emergency Response Guide (NAERG) as an appropriate resource
Distance is coolness or unfriendliness in the way that someone behaves towards you. There were periods of sulking, of pronounced distance, of coldness. closeness
If you keep your distance from someone or something, you do not get physically close to them. He walked towards the doorway, careful to keep his distance. distance yourself (from sth) to say that you are not involved with someone or something, especially to avoid being connected with them
The distance between two objects a measure of the interval between them It is important to understand that distances are not always measured by rulers, or their equivalent Measurements of distance are also related to measures of similarity and dissimilarity
Distance Education (Commission on the Institutions of Higher Education North Central Association of Colleges and Schools) is defined, for the purposes of accreditation review, as a formal educational process in which the majority of the instruction occurs when student and instructor are not in the same place Instruction may be synchronous or asynchronous Distance education may employ correspondence study, or audio, or video, or computer technologies
At its most basic level, distance education is an educational delivery that does not physically limit the students to the same geographic location as the instructor or other classmates Technology such as voice, video, audio and print, perhaps in concert with face-to-face communication, is used to bridge the gap Today, technology is used to make new approaches to the teaching and learning processes possible
a formal learning activity which occurs when students and instructor are separated by geographic distance or by time, often supported by communications technology such as television, videotape, computers or mail
Distance education could refer to any education that is done away from a campus These types of courses include correspondence, off-campus center, on-line, video conferencing, compressed video, video/audio tape, and other new technologies emerging each year top^
Classes taught over satellite or local television, through the Internet, by video tape or CD ROM, and by correspondence Some may be regularly scheduled; others may be taken when most convenient for the student's schedule
Also referred to as online learning; courses offered online that do not require the student to be on campus for most or all class participation Students can work with course materials at their own convenience or they can work collaboratively on class projects using tools like chat and discussion groups (bulletin boards)
Educational situation in which the instructor and students are separated by time, location, or both Education or training courses are delivered to remote locations via synchronous or asynchronous means of instruction, including written correspondence, text, graphics, audio- and videotape, CD-ROM, online learning, audio- and videoconferencing, interactive TV, and facsimile Distance learning does not preclude the use of the traditional classroom
Distance Learning, also known as correspondence education, refers to the alternative approach to traditional classroom instruction, whereby learning packages are delivered to the learners via multiple channels: mail, media The term is used to designate any learning that takes place between a teacher and a learner when they are not in the same place at the same time Today, distance learning has evolved into Web Based Education due to Information Technology, especially the Internet
Eduation that takes place when the teacher and student are separated by space or time The gap between the two can be bridged through the use of technology -- audio tapes, videoconferencing, satellite broadcasts and online technology, just to name a few -- and/or more traditional delivery methods such as the postal service
Describes instruction and learning that occur when the instructor and learner do not physically meet in the same place or at the same time Instructor and learner convey information via technology, which may include mail, telephone, audiotape, videotape, satellite, and the Internet-singly or in any combination
[return to top] Often used interchangeably with distance learning Typically the learners and instructors are separated by time and place Interaction must take place through some form of media, such as print (correspondence courses) or electronic (computers) Most distance education courses use a combination of media and technologies For example, Athabasca courses rely on a combination of print and computer
Distance education (DE) takes place when an instructor and student are separated by physical distance, and various technologies (e g , Internet, videoconferencing, etc ), are used to bridge the distance These types of instructional delivery systems can provide nontraditional students with a second chance at a college education, and reach those disadvantaged by time constraints, physical disability, or remote geographical location Sometimes called distance learning
Algebraic expression that gives the distances between pairs of points in terms of their coordinates (see coordinate system). In two-and three-dimensional Euclidean space, the distance formulas for points in rectangular coordinates are based on the Pythagorean theorem. The distance between the points (a,b) and (c,d) is given by SquareRoot((a -c)^2 + (b -d)^2). In three dimensional space, the distance between the points (a, b, c) and (d, e, f) is SquareRoot((a -d)^2 + (b -e)^2 + (c -f)^2)
Education in which students take academic courses by accessing information and communicating with the instructor asynchronously over a computer network. Also called distance education. a method of study that involves working at home and sending your work to your teacher
- Teaching/learning that occurs off of a traditional campus through a variety of delivery forms, including audio, audio-graphic, satellite video, two-way videoconferencing, computer telecourse, internet wide area networks, local area networks or other electronic means
Learning in your own base from correspondence type materials, including course units, books, videos, tapes and television Tutors and learners are generally separated by geographical distance and contact is usually by means of post or telephone
The integration of technology in educational courses whereby students may view and participate in lectures from various locations, or on an individual basis (using CD-ROMs, for instance) Various forms of computer-based communication (email, newsgroups, videoconferencing, electronic forums) may be used to facilitate class discussions, faculty "office hours," and communication among students and between faculty and students (See the Classroom Technology Services Web site )
(Ticaret) Systems that deliver education and training from a centralized source to remote locations. They may be real-time or periodic, and include methods for interaction, testing and student feedback
Instruction provided at a distance to students who do not come to the institution Traditional distance education uses printed materials and correspondence between the learner and the tutor Modern technology now allows the internet to improve this by the use of computer conferencing, and other communication between learners and teachers, using voice, video, and course materials on the web
A term encompassing all learning that takes place at locations remote from the point of instruction Distance learning may take the form of an instructor-led course delivered via satellite to multiple remote locations Distance learning may also be training applications delivered via computer networks to students at any network node Web-based training is one distance learning method in that the training application resides on a Web server while students may use the training from any location that can access the server
possibility offered by the implementation of the connection of schools to the Internet, in which students can be taught, via tele-conferencing and the passage of information over networks, while in a different geographic location from other students, as well as from their teacher
Courses that are taught to students who are separated by time and/or space from the instructor Modes of delivery for these classes include: telecourses, online courses, video taped courses, correspondence courses, or live-interactive courses At GVSU, it refers to courses taught via the World Wide Web as well as Interactive Television (ITV)
The use of technology to allow learners to receive education irrespective of time and location If they receive the education at the same time as it is offered in an on-campus learning environment, the offering is said to be synchronous (i e occurring at the same time) In most on-line learning situations the education is occurring asynchronously (i e the learners are not accessing the information at the same time it is offered nor at the same time that other learners may be accessing it)
is defined as a formal educational process in which some or all of the instructional interaction occurs when student and instructor are not in the same place Distance learning delivery media may include the Web/Internet (often referred to as 'online'), print-based correspondence, television or radio broadcast, pre-recorded audio or video, or other computer technologies
Education Week defines the term as the use of telecommunications technologies, including satellites, telephones and cable-television systems, to broadcast instruction from one central site to one or more remote locations Typically, a television image of a teacher is broadcast to students in remote locations; this may also be done using interactive videoconferencing More and more students and campuses are recognizing the value of online courses The industry has progressed a great extent, in securing reliable and effective systems to administer the courses
Learning that takes place when the instructor and student are separated by space and/or time The gap between the two can be bridged through the use of technology - such as audio tapes, videoconferencing, satellite broadcasts and online technology - and/or more traditional delivery methods, such as the postal service
A method of instruction delivered primarily by distance using forms of technology such as satellites, computers, tele-conferencing networks, televisions/radio broadcasts and other mechanisms Support programmes may be required involving the more conventional institution-based and face-to-face methods of learning but the key component of a distance learning programme is delivered outside the institution without face-to-face instruction
The distance between two points defined as the square root of the sum of the squares of the differences between the corresponding coordinates of the points; for example, in two-dimensional Euclidean geometry, the Euclidean distance between two points a = (ax, ay) and b = (bx, by) is defined as:
The distance between two points in a grid based on a strictly horizontal and/or vertical path (that is, along the grid lines), as opposed to the diagonal or "as the crow flies" distance. The Manhattan distance is the simple sum of the horizontal and vertical components, whereas the diagonal distance might be computed by applying the Pythagorean theorem
(Bilgisayar) Levenshtein distance is a metric for measuring the amount of difference between two sequences. The Levenshtein distance between two strings is given by the minimum number of operations needed to transform one string into the other, where an operation is an insertion, deletion, or substitution of a single character
(Eğitim) Transactional distance is the cognitive space between learning peers, teachers and content in a distance education setting. Coined by Michael G. Moore in 1980, transactional distance is a function of dialog and structure in distributed adult learning settings. Distance decreases with dialog and increases with structure so that a classroom with high interaction and less rigid format will be more engaging to learners
[ dis-t&n(t)s ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English Old French Latin distantia (“distance, remoteneness, difference”) distans, present participle of distare (“to stand apart, be separate, distant, or different”) di-, dis- (“apart”) + stare (“to stand”).
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