## Predicate: *triangulate*

#### Roleset id: triangulate.01 , *pinpoint a location using known points and/or distances*, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

**triangulate.01**: TRIANGULATE-V NOTES: Added by Julia. TRIANGULATION-N NOTES: Added by Julia.

#### Aliases:

Alias | FrameNet | VerbNet |

**triangulate** (v.) | | |

**triangulation** (n.) | | |

#### Roles:

**Arg0-PAG**: *triangulator*

**Arg1-PPT**: *location searched for*

**Arg2-MNR**: *based on, known info*

#### Example: triangulate-v

The information was passed to Sector Operations, where skilled personnel triangulated the location using three readings

**Arg0**: skilled personnel

**Rel**: triangulated

**Arg1**: the location

**Arg2**: using three readings

#### Example: triangulation-n

Triangulation of data combines data drawn from different sources and at different times, in different places or from different people.

**Rel**: triangulation

**Arg1**: of data

#### Roleset id: triangulate.02 , *surveying technique: dividing a region into equilateral triangles*, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

**triangulate.02**: TRIANGULATE-V NOTES: Added by Julia. TRIANGULATION-N NOTES: Added by Julia.

#### Aliases:

Alias | FrameNet | VerbNet |

**triangulate** (v.) | | |

**triangulation** (n.) | | |

#### Roles:

**Arg0-PAG**: *triangulator*

**Arg1-PPT**: *region divided into triangles*

**Arg2-VSP**: *triangle side length measurement*

**Arg3-VSP**: *number of nodes*

#### Example: triangulate-v

Suppose we wish to triangulate the region using somewhere between 500 and 1000 nodes.

**Arg0**: we

**Rel**: triangulate

**Arg1**: the region

**Arg2**: using somewhere between 500 and 1000 nodes