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  • 101Pattern language (disambiguation) — Pattern language may have several meanings:* Pattern language is a structured method of documenting good design practices in architecture, software engineering, and other design disciplines * A Pattern Language, a work by Christopher Alexander,… …

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  • 102Pattern recognition (disambiguation) — * Pattern recognition, a field about machine learning * Pattern Recognition (novel), a novel by William Gibson * Pattern Recognition , a Sonic Youth song that appears on their 2004 album Sonic Nurse * Pattern recognition (Physiological… …

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  • 103Pattern recognition (psychology) — Pattern recognition involves identification of faces, objects, words, melodies, etc. The visual system does more than just interpret forms, contours and colors. Pattern recognition refers to the process of recognizing a set of stimuli arranged in …

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  • 104Pattern Garden — Pattern gardening influenced by the concepts of patterns and pattern language originated by Christopher Alexander reflects the archetypal patterns of garden making, based on proportions and how the senses react. Patterns give coherence to garden… …

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  • 105Pattern coinage — Pattern coins are coins not intended to go into circulation but are intended to serve as guides in designing coins for a nation s economy. Best examples of pattern coinage is the 1792 US pattern coins and the rare 1977 Gasparro dollar… …

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  • 106Pattern and Decoration — was an art movement situated in the United States from the mid 1970s to the early 1980s. The movement has sometimes been referred to as P D [1][2] or as The New Decorativeness.[3] The movement was championed by the gallery owner Holly Solomon.[4] …

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  • 107Pattern bargaining — is a process in labour relations, where a trade union gains a new and superior entitlement from one employer, and then uses that agreement as a precedent to demand the same entitlement or a superior one from other employers.In the United States,… …

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  • 108Pattern recognition receptor — Pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) are a primitive part of the immune system. They are proteins expressed by cells of the innate immune system to identify pathogen associated molecular patterns (PAMPs), which are associated with microbial… …

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  • 109Pattern 1914 enfield — Le Pattern 1914 Enfield (ici en version US : le M1917 Enfield) Le fusil Pattern 1914 Enfield ou pattern Enfield P14 est une ynthèse entre le Mauser 98 et le Lee Enfield Mark III qu il devait remplacer dans la British Army. Il fut conçu par l …

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  • 110Pattern blocks — are a type of mathematical manipulatives, developed in the sixties by the Elementary Science Studies [ [http://www.picciotto.org/math ed/angles/index.html Picciotto Math Education] ] . They allow children to see how shapes can be decomposed into… …

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  • 111Pattern search — may refer to: * Pattern recognition * Pattern mining * String searching algorithm * Fuzzy string searching * Bitap algorithm * K optimal pattern discovery * Nearest neighbor search (Nearest neighbor) * Eyeball search …

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  • 112Pattern Matching — (engl. für Musterabgleich) oder musterbasierte Suche ist ein Begriff für symbolverarbeitende Verfahren, die anhand eines vorgegebenen Musters diskrete Strukturen oder Teilmengen einer diskreten Struktur identifizieren. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1… …

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  • 113Pattern matching — (engl. für Musterabgleich) oder musterbasierte Suche ist ein Begriff für symbolverarbeitende Verfahren, die anhand eines vorgegebenen Musters diskrete Strukturen oder Teilmengen einer diskreten Struktur identifizieren. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1… …

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  • 114Pattern grading — is the scaling of a pattern to a different size by incrementing important points of the pattern using an algorithm in the clothing and footwear industry. See also: Shoe size …

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  • 115Pattern (devotional) — Pattern is an Irish term meaning either a saint s feast day, or the various devotional activities that take place on the feast day at sites associated with the saint s life. It is thought to derive from the word patron , as in a patron saint.A… …

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  • 116pattern yourself on — (or US pattern yourself after) : to try to be like and to behave like (someone you admire) When he started his own business, he patterned himself after [=modeled himself after] his father. [=he tried to do the things that his father would do] • • …

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  • 117Pattern mining — is the task of finding existing patterns in data. In this context patterns often means association rules. The original motivation for searching association rules came from the need to analyze supermarket transaction data, that is, to examine… …

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  • 118Pattern painting —   [ pætən peɪntɪȖ, englisch] das, , Richtung der zeitgenössischen Malerei mit Schwerpunkt um 1980 in den USA, die großformatig dekorative Ornamente zu farbenfrohen Kompositionen vereinigt (Decorative Art); beeinflusst v. a. von H. Matisse, R.… …

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  • 119pattern race — noun A horse race open to all comers in a particular category, eg of a certain age or weight, usu contested by top class horses, the object being to find the best • • • Main Entry: ↑pattern …

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  • 120pattern therapy — noun A system of therapy based on the healing properties of different shapes, eg pyramids • • • Main Entry: ↑pattern …

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