(in surveying) the tracing and measurement of a series or network of triangles in order to determine the distances and relative positions of points spread over a territory or region, especially by measuring the length of one side of each triangle and deducing its angles and the length of the other two sides by observation from this baseline.
The position of the receiver is determined by triangulation , except that in this case, the distance to four GPS satellites is used to determine the receiver's position in three dimensions.
formation of or division into triangles.
Exploiting basic structural concepts of triangulation and curvilinearity in order to produce an inherently rigid, yet dynamic form, the light, ephemeral pavilion sits serenely above a small pool.
(in politics) the action or process of positioning oneself in such a way as to appeal to or appease both left-wing and right-wing standpoints.
The two answers taken together were a form of triangulation worthy of Bill Clinton.