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collaborate with (someone or something)

To work on a task with another person or group. Which department are we collaborating with on this campaign?
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collaborate with someone or something

to work together on something with someone or a group. I will collaborate with Amy on this research. I was forced to collaborate with a totally uninformed committee.
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With a collaborative system, the operator may have more exposure to the sharp edges and the exposure also exits while the workpiece is in motion.
ISO TS 10566 2015 (draft version) defines collaborative workspace as the space within the operating space where the robot system (including the work piece) and a human can perform tasks concurrently during production operation [6].
In this study, we examine students' positive and negative collaborative experiences in a differential equations mathematics course by collecting data from surveys conducted after each activity.
Although numerous collaborative learning activities were incorporated throughout the course, we selected only three most important activities.
2.1 Collaborative filtering algorithms based on different elements
User based collaborative filtering algorithm focuses on users.
Despite the simplification of their design, the specification of bearings for collaborative robots is just as important a consideration as those of more complex robots, like six-axis or SCARA models.
Consider the rotary joints of a collaborative robot as an example.
Prior to the adoption of the procedural rule, collaborative professionals regulated themselves through a contract, known as a participation agreement.
However, Fernandez, et al, found that students could expand their ZPD working as a collaborative group because the group provided a way of scaffolding by way of the language used (Fernandez, Wegerif, Mercer, & Rojas-Drummond, 2015).
Collaborative automation allows people and robots to each contribute their unique strengths - people offer process knowledge, insight and improvisation for change, while robots offer tireless endurance for repetitive tasks.
It is a collaborative robot, which means that it can work with a person (it meets the ISO collaborative robot standards: its forces are limited so that it can interact with a human: at its fastest speed, it limits free space collision forces to under 100N and rigid collisions to under 150N).
Production of false memories in collaborative memory tasks using the DRM paradigm
Collaborative knowledge management has been introduced to make up for these shortages (Wiig, 1997).
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