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Synonyms for aggregative

formed of separate units gathered into a mass or whole

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Similarly to most of previous papers (including [2]) we restrict our attention to some class of functions (that are to be computed at the root) called aggregative functions ([22]).
We can frame these two debates in terms of a larger contest between aggregative and deliberative democratic theories.
The goal of the Aggregative Contingent Estimation program is to generate accurate and timely probabilistic forecasts for geopolitical events by aggregating the judgments of many widely-dispersed analysts.
Metadata and formulary baggage such as hashtags, coupled with systematized access to data makes mobility both aggregative and analytic in nature.
Wes Anderson's latest quirky flick, "Moonrise Kingdom," is the highest rated film for the summer of 2012 on the aggregative film rating website Rotten Tomatoes.
However, the value of the book is not purely aggregative and encyclopedic.
The plasmid exhibits >99% identity with p55989 and encodes the aggregative adhesion fimbriae cluster that is a defining features of enteroaggregative E.
CityPulse does this through its filtering, aggregative and personalization capabilities, adding significant value to content delivery and personalization efforts, resulting in higher CPM, lower costs and better results.
1) In particular, we compare an aggregative view of democracy with a deliberative democratic view.
Highly aggregative and neurotoxic amyloid peptide Abeta43 points the way to new approaches for AD diagnosis and treatment
The smallest one is a so-called 'selfish plasmid' carrying only two genes, one of which encodes a DNA replication protein, the other carrying the aggregative adherence fimbria I (AAF/I) gene cluster, which is associated with E.
Porter endorses a view according to which the political common good is seen as an intrinsic aspect of human flourishing, thus taking a position at variance from other noted Thomists such as Finnis and Mark Murphy who view the common good as instrumental or aggregative respectively.
Finally, Spitzer provides an argument for the impossibility of infinite past time based on David Hilbert's proof of the inconsistency of postulating an actual infinity within a finite or aggregative structure.
Aggregative ethics can thus be reconciled with the finite case if we note that, when sizing up the moral significance of our acts, the relevant consideration is not how big a part they constitute of the whole of the doings and goings-on in the universe, but rather what difference they make in absolute terms.
This will enable structured aggregative queries across the continuum of catalogs and unstructured text.