Consider a given path as a set of the nodal points
with respect to world coordinate system OXY: ([X.sub.1],[Y.sub.1]),..., ([X.sub.i],[Y.sub.i]),..., ([X.sub.n],[Y.sub.n]) = ([X.sub.G],[Y.sub.G]), where ([X.sub.G],[Y.sub.G])--the goal position coordinates at the end of a path, n-number of points.
Thus, the Iranian audience can witness the shift from the conservative nodal point
of 'moralizing media and social organizations' to the 'mitigation of strict moral codes', and from 'reinforcing the behavioral codes traditionally associated with gender' to 'flexibility' in those codes.
For that purpose, we have both singled out the nodal points
that maintained the hegemonic project and analysed the discursive construction of a constitutive outside.
The nation is used as a nodal point
, whereby the Islamic identity is positioned as being antagonistic and peripheral to the 'Australian' identity.
However, these conflicts are often the result of different subjective experiences of calendar time or physical space, or different views about how the nodal points
of a period of calendar time or a physical space should be demarcated mathematically, and they are less about conflicts over the mathematical stability of these time and space modalities.
Comparison of max vertical displacements of nodal points
between experimental results and numerical calculations (model scale 1:25) Number of experimental theoritical-- theoritical-- nodal point
Drawings were made of each lens and its retinal hemisphere with the principal axis, principal planes and nodal points
added to the reconstruction (Fig.
'However, Haverfordwest can be a nodal point
Demanding amateurs will want a special tripod mount for the camera that offers flexibility in mounting so the nodal point
of the lens can be positioned at the point where the tripod head rotates.
The purpose of such an approach is to provide the reader with a 'web of meaningful interrelations that are mutually enhancing at any nodal point
in the play' (p.
While Zizek's use of Kripke and Lacan rejects (as does, I argue, Invisible Man) the "'essentialist illusion'" of names properly referring to extralinguistic objects, the Zizekian-Lacanian "nodal point
" effectively reinstalls a functional "Real" to refer to--a move which grants language a referential stability that, I argue, Invisible Man disallows (see Zizek, esp.
author's work: Stoker serves as a nodal point
for enquiries that