COordinate GeOmetry analysis system. See coordinate geometry system.

CO-ordinate Geometry. Algorithms for handling basic two and three dimensional vector entities built into all surveying, mapping and GIS software.

Coordinate Geometry – The set of mathematical tools and functions for encoding and converting bearings, distances, and angles into coordinate information.

Stands for "co-ordinate geometry".

Coordinate geometry. A method of data input and analysis similar in principle to metes-and-bounds surveying. Input begins at a point, moves at a given angle or in a certain direction for a set distance, and continues in the same fashion until a geographic feature is completely outlined.

1. Abbreviation of the term COordinate GeOmetry. Land surveyors use COGO functions to enter survey data, to calculate precise locations and boundaries, to define curves, and so on. 2. The name of the ArcInfo coordinate geometry software product.

COGO is a suite of programs aimed at coordinate geometry problems in Civil Engineering.