Dependency

  • 81Data dependency — A data dependency in computer science is a situation in which a program statement (instruction) refers to the data of a preceding statement. In compiler theory, the technique used to discover data dependencies among statements (or instructions)… …

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  • 82Multivalued dependency — In database theory, multivalued dependency is a full constraint between two sets of attributes in a relation. In contrast to the functional dependency, the multivalued dependency requires that certain tuples be present in a relation. Therefore, a …

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  • 83Media-system dependency — Media System Dependency, first introduced by Ball Rokeach and DeFleur (1976), is defined as “a relationship in which the capacity of individuals to attain their goals is contingent upon the information resources of the media system.” Those… …

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  • 84Postage stamps and postal history of the Ross Dependency — Ross Dependency stamps have been issued by New Zealand postalauthorities for use on mail from Scott Base since 1957.Overprinted New Zealand stamps had been used for mail on two earlierexpeditions to the region.King Edward VII LandBefore leaving… …

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  • 85Index of Dependency — The annual Index of Dependency, published by the Heritage Foundation s Center for Data Analysis, attempts to measure government expansion in America and the degree of reliance on social support programs. Though established in 2002, the index has… …

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  • 86Functional dependency — A functional dependency (FD) is a constraint between two sets of attributes in a relation from a database.Given a relation R , a set of attributes X in R is said to functionally determine another attribute Y , also in R , (written X → Y ) if and… …

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  • 87Transitive dependency — In mathematics, a transitive dependency is a functional dependency which holds by virtue of transitivity. A transitive dependency can occur only in a relation that has three or more attributes. Let A, B, and C designate three distinct attributes… …

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  • 88chemical dependency — addiction to drugs or alcohol. * * * ▪ drug use       the body s physical and/or psychological addiction to a psychoactive (mind altering) substance, such as narcotics (narcotic), alcohol, or nicotine. Physical dependency on such chemicals as… …

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  • 89Automobile dependency — is a term coined by Professors Peter Newman and Jeff Kenworthy to capture the predicament of most cities in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and to a lesser extent, large cities in Europe.Automobile dependency implies that… …

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  • 90Crown Dependency of Forvik — Micronation Arms Motto: Með løgum skal land biggja[1] (English: With laws the land will be built) Status …

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  • 91Circular dependency — In software engineering, a circular dependency is a relation between two or more modules which either directly or indirectly depend on each other to function properly. Contents 1 Overview 2 Problems of circular dependencies 3 Causes and solutions …

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  • 92Conceptual dependency theory — is a model of natural language understanding used in artificial intelligence systems. Roger Schank at Stanford University introduced the model in 1969, in the early days of artificial intelligence.[1] This model was extensively used by Schank s… …

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  • 93high dependency unit — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms high dependency unit : singular high dependency unit plural high dependency units medical the department of a hospital for people who are very ill or badly injured, but need less care than people in intensive… …

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  • 94high dependency unit — UK US noun [countable] [singular high dependency unit plural high dependency units] medical the department of a hospital for people who are very ill or badly injured, but need less care than people in intensive care …

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  • 95Opioid dependency — is a medical diagnosis characterized by an individual s inability to stop using opioids even when objectively in his or her best interest to do so. In 1964 the WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence introduced dependence as “A cluster of… …

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  • 96Long-range dependency — A self similar phenomenon behaves the same when viewed at different degrees of magnification, or different scales on a dimension (space or time). Self similar processes can be described using heavy tailed distributions, also known as long tailed… …

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  • 97Sexual Dependency — Infobox Film name = Sexual Dependency caption = director = Rodrigo Bellott producer = Ara Katz Rodrigo Bellott Greg Leonarczyk David Guy Levy writer = Rodrigo Bellott Lenelle N. Moise narrator = starring = Alexandra Aponte Roberto Urbina Jorge… …

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  • 98Extensible Dependency Grammar — (XDG) ist eine neue Grammatiktheorie, die auf Dependenzgrammatik basiert. XDK Logo XDG analysiert natürlichsprachliche Ausdrücke entlang einer unbegrenzten Anzahl von voneinander unabhängigen Dimensionen, z. B. grammatische Funktion,… …

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  • 99Extensible Dependency grammar — (XDG) ist eine neue Grammatiktheorie, die auf Dependenzgrammatik basiert. XDK Logo XDG analysiert natürlichsprachliche Ausdrücke entlang einer unbegrenzten Anzahl von voneinander unabhängigen Dimensionen, z. B. grammatische Funktion, Wortstellung …

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  • 100Extensible dependency Grammar — (XDG) ist eine neue Grammatiktheorie, die auf Dependenzgrammatik basiert. XDK Logo XDG analysiert natürlichsprachliche Ausdrücke entlang einer unbegrenzten Anzahl von voneinander unabhängigen Dimensionen, z. B. grammatische Funktion, Wortstellung …

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