Dependency

  • 61dependency theory — A set of theories which maintained that the failure of Third World states to achieve adequate and sustainable levels of development resulted from their dependence on the advanced capitalist world. Dependency theories developed in opposition to… …

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  • 62Dependency need — A dependency need is characterized by two components: (1) It is a real need of the organism, something that must be present for the human being to thrive, (2) It is something that individuals cannot provide for themselves. An infant has very many …

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  • 63Dependency relation — In mathematics and computer science, a dependency relation is a binary relation that is finite, symmetric, and reflexive; i.e. a finite tolerance relation. That is, it is a finite set of ordered pairs D, such that If then (symmetric) If a is an… …

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  • 64dependency ratio — A simple indicator of the age composition of the population which typically varies in the range 0.5 to 1.00. Early definitions of the dependency ratio refer to the total number of young dependants divided by the total number of persons of… …

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  • 65Dependency Inversion Principle — Das Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP; dt. Abhängigkeits Invertierungs Prinzip ) ist ein Prinzip beim Objektorientierten Entwurf von Software. Es beschäftigt sich mit der Abhängigkeit von Modulen. Strukturierung von Modulen nach DIP Im… …

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  • 66Dependency Inversion Prinzip — Das Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP; dt. Abhängigkeits Invertierungs Prinzip ) ist ein Prinzip beim Objektorientierten Entwurf von Software. Es beschäftigt sich mit der Abhängigkeit von Modulen. Strukturierung von Modulen nach DIP Im… …

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  • 67Dependency of Ireland on Great Britain Act 1719 — The Dependency of Ireland on Great Britain Act 1719 (6. Geo. I, c. 5) was an Act of Parliament of the Parliament of Great Britain passed in 1719 (Old Style, 1720 New Style). The bill had its second reading in the Commons on March 4, 1719, where… …

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  • 68dependency injection — noun A process of supplying an external dependency to a software component. See Also: DI, inversion of control …

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  • 69dependency culture — noun a way of life characterized by a dependency on state benefits …

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  • 70dependency area — priklausomybės sritis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. dependency area; domain of dependence vok. Abhängigkeitsbereich, m; Abhängigkeitsgebiet, n rus. область зависимости, f pranc. domaine de dépendance, m …

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  • 71Dependency Injection — …

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  • 72Dependency inversion — …

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  • 74dependency-prone — /di pen deuhn see prohn /, adj. tending to become psychologically or physiologically dependent on a drug. [1965 70] * * * …

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  • 75dependency ratio —   the proportion of working (economically active) people to non working (non economically active) people in a country by the formula:   people aged 0 14 + people aged over 6 5 x 100   people aged 15 65   Thus suggests how many non workers are… …

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  • 76dependency exemption — An amount which may be subtracted in computing taxable income for each person who qualifies as a dependent of the taxpayer and whose gross income is less than the exemption amount or who is a child of the taxpayer and who has either not attained… …

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  • 77dependency exemption — An amount which may be subtracted in computing taxable income for each person who qualifies as a dependent of the taxpayer and whose gross income is less than the exemption amount or who is a child of the taxpayer and who has either not attained… …

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  • 78dependency-prone — /di pen deuhn see prohn /, adj. tending to become psychologically or physiologically dependent on a drug. [1965 70] …

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  • 79Ross Dependency — Flag Mot …

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  • 80Media systems dependency theory — (MSD) was first proposed by Sandra Ball Rokeach and Melvin DeFleur in 1976, and consists of a complex system in which the media, individuals, their interpersonal environment, and the social environment have dependency relationships with each… …

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