Emergent


Emergent

Emergent usually refers to emergence, or its belief system emergentism.

It may also mean:

* Emergent (software), Neural Simulation Software
* Emergent (album), a 2003 album by Gordian Knot
* emergent plant, a plant which grows in water but which pierces the surface so that it is partially in air
* emergent evolution, an unpredictable rearrangement of the already existing entities
* emergent viruses, the adaptation of a virus to emerge as a new pathogenic strain with a new attribute in a new field not normally associated with that specific virus
* emergent coastline, a stretch of coast that has been exposed by the sea due to a relative fall in sea levels
* emergent algorithm, a self-stabilizing predictable algorithm
* emergent curriculum, curriculum planning based on the student’s interests and passions as well as the teacher’s
* emergent gameplay, the creative use of a game in ways unexpected by the game designer's original intent
* emergent strategy, strategies which originate in the interaction of an organization with its environment
* emergent democracy
* emergent organisation
* emergent materialism, a theory which asserts that the mind is an irreducible existent in some sense
* Emergent BioSolutions, a multinational biopharmaceutical company headquartered in Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA
* Emergent Design, a neologism describing a theoretical framework for the implementation of systemic change in education and learning environments
* Emerging church, 21st-century Protestant Christian movement Other uses include:
* induced gravity, sometimes referred to as "emergent gravity"

ee also

* Emergence (disambiguation)


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  • émergent — émergent, ente [ emɛrʒɑ̃, ɑ̃t ] adj. • XVIe; lat. emergens, de emergere → émerger 1 ♦ Chronologie Année émergente, à partir de laquelle on compte les années d une ère. 2 ♦ (1720; angl. emergent) Phys. Rayon émergent : rayon lumineux qui sort d un …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • emergent — EMERGÉNT, Ă, emergenţi, te, adj. (Despre un corp, o radiaţie etc.) Care iese dintr un mediu după ce l a traversat. – Din fr. émergent, lat. emergens, ntis. Trimis de RACAI, 21.11.2003. Sursa: DEX 98  emergént adj. m., pl. emergénţi; f …   Dicționar Român

  • Emergent — E*mer gent, a. [L. emergens, p. pr. of emergere.] 1. Rising or emerging out of a fluid or anything that covers or conceals; issuing; coming to light. [1913 Webster] The mountains huge appear emergent. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Suddenly appearing; …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • émergent — émergent, ente (é mèr jan, jan t ) adj. 1°   Terme de géologie. Terrain émergent, terrain qui, à mer basse, se trouve à découvert. 2°   Terme de physique. Rayons émergents, ceux qui sortent d un milieu après l avoir traversé. 3°   Terme de… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • emergent — [ē mʉr′jənt, imʉr′jənt] adj. [< L emergens, prp. of emergere] 1. emerging 2. arising unexpectedly or as a new or improved development 3. recently founded or newly independent [an emergent nation] …   English World dictionary

  • Emergent —         (англ.) новое качество, возникающее в ходе эволюции, но не выводимое (в отличие от resultant) из предшествующих моментов.         см. Эмерджентная эволюция. Философский энциклопедический словарь. М.: Советская энциклопедия. Гл. редакция:… …   Философская энциклопедия

  • émergent — ÉMERGENT. adj. Terme de Physique. Il n est guère d usage que dans cette phrase, Les rayons émergens, pour signifier, Les rayons de lumière qui sortent d un milieu après l avoir traversé …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • emergent — (adj.) mid 15c., from L. emergentem (nom. emergens), prp. of emergere (see EMERGE (Cf. emerge)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • emergent — [adj] resulting appearing, budding, coming, developing, efflorescent, emanant, emanating, issuing forth, outgoing, rising; concept 537 Ant. declining, dependent …   New thesaurus

  • emergent — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ in the process of coming into being …   English terms dictionary


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