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Synonyms for sequence

Synonyms for sequence

Synonyms for sequence

serial arrangement in which things follow in logical order or a recurrent pattern

film consisting of a succession of related shots that develop a given subject in a movie

the action of following in order

several repetitions of a melodic phrase in different keys

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arrange in a sequence

determine the order of constituents in

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Barreto, "Context in temporal sequence processing: a self-organizing approach and its application to robotics," IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, vol.
It shows some of the temporal sequence patterns obtained through the application of our proposed LC-STP algorithm.
To determine the most active brain areas in each condition (KNOW and TOT), and to estimate the temporal sequence of activation across the 2000 ms ERP epoch, low-resolution tomographic analyses (LORETA) were carried out.
The aim of this paper is to present a distribution-free method based on an application of bootstrap method to obtain confidence intervals of Morisita's index, in a temporal sequence, in order to characterize the spatial-temporal dynamics of the coffee-leaf-miner (L.
They are effective because, in addition to providing events with a temporal sequence and a plot, they also become the description- i.
That is, the cue-responses quantify positive urge to drink subsequent to altered state of awareness, thus satisfying the temporal sequence required for the proposed mediational analysis.
The distinction of tensed and untensed views of temporality begins to look even less tenable when the linguistic chain is taken into account together with the temporal sequence to which it refers.
In fact, what is tacitly uncovered by the fictional exploration of time's phenomenological paradoxes, and by Currie's discussion of this exploration, is the depth and tenacity of our reliance on norms of linearity in narrative structure: the more authors play with time, the more readers work to infer the proper temporal sequence to make sense of what we are reading.
Moreover, Paredes and Perucca (2000) analysing the relationships among sand dikes identified along the El Mono and South gullies, thus establishing the temporal sequence of these liquefaction features, determined at least three paleoearthquakes.
While time seems to be invariably important in those choices, other factors often disturb the temporal sequence.
To say that there is no such creature whose essence is the reality of the ant, that the ant is simply a stage in evolutionary transformation, is to take a certain part of temporal sequence and call it an ant; before that it was something else and it will evolve into something else.
If the parenthetical intrusions are removed, the entire passage is an elaboration on it and the way this pronoun functions like a dream, dependent upon the formal recognition of temporal sequence.
Are the features of his illness and temporal sequence of events characteristic of West Nile encephalitis (9)?
The biographical endeavor to organize a narrative represents a temporal sequence and continuity, so does the narrative itself.
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