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stemming from an original source

something derived from another

Synonyms for derivative

a compound obtained from, or regarded as derived from, another compound

a financial instrument whose value is based on another security

(linguistics) a word that is derived from another word

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resulting from or employing derivation

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Larsen's defeat stemmed in part from the stubborn persistence of popular assumptions about the derivativeness of African American achievement.
The sigma-point Kalman filters (SPKF), a family of filters based on derivativeness statistical linearization achieves higher performance than EKF for many problems and is applicable to areas where EKFs cannot be used, such as unscented Kalman filter (UKF) and center difference Kalman filter (CDKF) [16-18].
(54) In place of this "derivativeness of the effect," causality is often mistaken in modern science for predictability according to laws (i.e., that given A, one can predict B).
Some critics read her free embrace of derivativeness as evidence that she is a slave to market forces and a popular taste she did not create.
Plenty of scholarship has dealt with Tolkien's derivativeness, especially from medieval canons, but almost nothing has been written about Tolkien's artistic strategies as fanfiction.
the ontological independence of rights--and the derivativeness of the
Those old paintings always seem to speak of forgotten longings for a particular type of social belonging, a desire to be part of the hegemonic artistic formation of one's time, and their derivativeness makes this ambition all the more visible.
East Indian identity in the mind of the diasporic and even in scholarly iterations, for the greater part of the 20th century, appeared to have emanated from an abiding persistence of immutable cultural traits as a final endorsement of the "trope of derivativeness" (Niran-jana 2006, 36).
He added: "It will forever have that derivativeness about it while ever our head of state is the Queen of Great Britain and we share her with 16 other countries.
For it is still incumbent upon the incompatibilist to demonstrate the derivativeness of negation from incompatibility.
It is his representations of the female form that had to bear the burden of Indian identity and rescue the artist from charges of derivativeness. For clearly his female forms were premised on the women of Tamil Nadu.
Here we might as well ask the uncomfortable question head on: to what extent is A Test of Poetry an exercise in Oedipal derivativeness, an ABC of Reading-lite?
Yet it should also be exciting, for it vindicates humanist literature against long-standing charges of derivativeness, opacity, and just plain boringness.
Delta Spirit - Ode To Sunshine IF IT'S not too much of a contradiction to say so, San Diego quintet Delta Spirit are highly original in their derivativeness, in the same way as The Bees or The Strokes.
(Part 1, 1.2.93-105) However, Peele's lines are not close enough to Marlowe's to be described either as allusion or as mere derivativeness: neither the recurrence of "attend on thee" nor the reinvention of "fair Zenocrate" as "fair Calipolis" can really be said to make the passage count as either.