Control Point

Control point may refer to:

  • Control point (mathematics)
  • Control point (orienteering)
  • Control point (rail)
  • Control point (surveying)
  • Port of entry
  • Control point (rallying)

Other articles related to "point, control, control point":

XFAT - Technical Design - Boot Sector
... booted from, the prior boot loader will pass execution to this entry point with certain register values, and the jump instruction will then skip ... Some boot loaders make adjustments or refuse to pass control to a boot sector depending on certain values detected here (see f.e. 0x00B 19 DOS 3.0 BPB 0x01E varies (2) MSX-DOS 1 code entry point for Z80 processors into MSX boot code ...
Lok Ma Chau Control Point
... Lok Ma Chau Control Point (Chinese 落馬洲管制站) is an immigration control point in Lok Ma Chau, Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong, which is on the border between Hong Kong mainland China ... It has been the only 24-hour clearance control point in Hong Kong since January 2003 ... Before reaching this point, vehicles must pass through police checkpoints along road to Lok Ma Chau CP ...
Shenzhen Bay Port
... Its Hong Kong counterpart is the Shenzhen Bay Control Point, which is co-located in the same building ... Shenzhen Bay Control Point is the first boundary control point with the immigration facilities of the Hong Kong side co-located in the same passenger ...
Futian Checkpoint Station - Station Layout
... U3F Futian Port Control Point Departures Hall, Footbridge to Lok Ma Chau Spur Line Control Point U2F Futian Port Control Point Arrivals Hall, Footbridge exit (for ...
Control Point (orienteering)
... A control point (CP, also control and checkpoint) is a marked waypoint used in orienteering and related sports such as rogaining and adventure racing ... map and in the terrain and described on a control description sheet ... The control point must be identifiable on the map and on the ground ...

Famous quotes containing the words point and/or control:

    The cow’s point of view deserves more literary attention.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    The glance is natural magic. The mysterious communication established across a house between two entire strangers, moves all the springs of wonder. The communication by the glance is in the greatest part not subject to the control of the will. It is the bodily symbol of identity with nature. We look into the eyes to know if this other form is another self, and the eyes will not lie, but make a faithful confession what inhabitant is there.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)