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a space or interval between objects or points

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For each F linear function representing a binomial family, the intervallic estimates for F were numerated, taking into account Wald's confidence intervals according to expression (1).
Considering that the obtained response with the research is of ordinal type, not intervallic, there is the indication for the use of these tests.
The use of a major key, large intervallic leaps and syncopated rhythms implies a friendly playful tune.
Unlike typical Gregorian chants, which use a circumscribed range and stepwise melodies, this chant had soaring melodic lines and wide intervallic leaps.
All but two of the pieces in the three-hour evening had us spinning for joy, partly because the spirit of most participants was high and many of the intervallic tunes penned by Motian were themselves joyful and life-filled.
The event that turns up the dimmer switch for the socialist dawn is the Arab Spring, but Badiou is also heartened by disturbances in France and England, which presage the end of what he calls 'the painful years of an intervallic period' (une periode intervallaire) (p53).
This composer published in his Unterweisung im Tonsatz ("The Craft of Musical Composition"), the bases of his harmonic world through a variety of acoustic phenomena (Anderson, 2000) or a system of intervallic relationships classified according to their level of consonance or dissonance (Morgan, 1991).
His second reason is much more profound: the unique intervallic content: a maximal number (4) of major thirds in addition to the same number (3 each) of minor seconds, minor thirds, and perfect fourths.
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The piano registers the attack, the direction (left-right), the intervallic leaps, number of fingers used, the spread of the fingers and the speed as sounds.
Regardless of the differences between such approaches, there can be little doubt that Grainger possessed a predilection for tuning systems and intervallic divisions that fell well outside the norm of Western art music, and that this interest must have bound Grainger and Busoni together in common cause.
The effect is one of graceful permutation around a rather static intervallic structure, known as the dambu (head), that is repeated with only subtle variation throughout each phrase of each song item of the series.
Due to the intervallic nature of the scores, a Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient was used to examine the relationship between the selected variables.
On the contrary, "tapered practice" and intervallic training are well-defined in the sports world.