viewpoint

[vyoo-point]
noun
1.
a place affording a view of something; position of observation: to sketch a river from the viewpoint of a bluff.
2.
an attitude of mind, or the circumstances of an individual that conduce to such an attitude: new marketing techniques seen from the consumer's viewpoint.

Origin:
1855–60; alteration of point of view, modeled on standpoint


2. standpoint, perspective, position, stance, angle.
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viewpoint (ˈvjuːˌpɔɪnt)
 
n
1.  the mental attitude that determines a person's opinions or judgments; point of view
2.  a place from which something can be viewed

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ViewPoints definition

programming
A framework for distributed and concurrent software engineering which provides an alternative approach to traditional centralised software development environments.
Decentralised process models are used to drive consistency checking and conflict resolution. The process models use pattern matching on local development histories to determine the particular state of the development process, and employ rules to trigger situation-dependent assistance to the user. Communication between such process models facilitates the decentralised management of explicitly defined consistency constraints.
[Ulf Leonhardt]
(1995-03-27)

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To find correspondences between image elements from two images with different viewpoints.
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