A language defined specifically to allow two or more parties (components) to communicate in order to accomplish some shared goal.
Examples of coordination languages are Linda and Xerox’s CLF (STITCH).
noun, Crystallography. 1. the number of anions surrounding a single cation in a stable crystal structure. noun 1. (chem) the number of coordinated species surrounding the central atom in a complex or crystal
[koh-awr-dn-ey-shuh n] /koʊˌɔr dnˈeɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the act or state of or of being . 2. proper order or relationship. 3. harmonious combination or interaction, as of functions or parts. /kəʊˌɔːdɪˈneɪʃən/ noun 1. balanced and effective interaction of movement, actions, etc n. also co-ordination, c.1600, “orderly combination,” from French coordination (14c.) or directly from […]
[adjective, noun koh-awr-dn-it, -dn-eyt; verb koh-awr-dn-eyt] /adjective, noun koʊˈɔr dn ɪt, -dnˌeɪt; verb koʊˈɔr dnˌeɪt/ adjective 1. of the same order or degree; equal in rank or importance. 2. involving . 3. Mathematics. using or pertaining to systems of coordinates. 4. Grammar. of the same rank in grammatical construction, as Jack and Jill in the […]
[koh-awr-dn-ey-ter] /koʊˈɔr dnˌeɪ tər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. Grammar. a . n. also co-ordinator, 1864, agent noun in Latin form from coordinate (v.).