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  • 121 Event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging — (efMRI) is a form of functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) in which a series of fMRI images are time locked to a stimulus presentation and averaged together. The relationship of the technique to fMRI is analogous to the relationship… …

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  • 122 Event generators — are software packages that randomly generate particle physics events produced in particle accelerators, collider experiments, or during the initial phases of the creation of the Universe (Big Bang).Events come in different types called processes… …

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  • 123 Event management software — is the generic term for a wide range of software products that are used in the management of professional and academic conferences, trade exhibitions and smaller events such as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) meetings.The most common… …

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  • 124 Event-Handler —   [zu engl. event »Ereignis«], Handler …

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  • 125 event manager — UK US noun [C] (also events manager) ► someone whose job is to plan and manage large events such as conferences, trade shows, and parties: »Applicants for the position of event manager must have experience in running sales events and trade… …

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  • 126 event marketing — UK US noun [uncountable] business activities that are designed to advertise an event Thesaurus: advertising, marketing and prhyponym …

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  • 127 event horizon — e*vent ho*ri zon . (Physics, Astron.) the boundary surface surrounding a {black hole}, from outside of which nothing inside can be observed, because nothing inside that surface, even light, can escape beyond it. See also {black hole} and {escape… …

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  • 128 Event-driven Processing —   [engl.], ereignisgesteuerte Verarbeitung …

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  • 129 event-history — analysis …

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  • 130 event horizon — event′ hori zon n. astron. the boundary around a black hole on and within which no matter or radiation can escape • Etymology: 1970–75 …

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  • 131 event horizon — n. Astron. the spherical boundary surrounding a black hole, within which there is such strong gravity that nothing, not even light, can escape …

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  • 132 Event (computing) — In computing an event is an action that is usually initiated outside the scope of a program and that is handled by a piece of code inside the program. Typically events are handled synchronous with the program flow, that is, the program has one or …

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  • 133 Event-driven programming — Programming paradigms Agent oriented Automata based Component based Flow based Pipelined Concatenative Concurrent computin …

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  • 134 Event monitoring — In computer science, event monitoring is the process of collecting, analyzing, and signalling event occurrences to subscribers such as operating system processes, active database rules as well as human operators. These event occurrences may stem… …

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  • 135 Event Viewer — Infobox Software name = Event Viewer caption = Event Viewer in Windows Vista SP1 collapsible = author = developer = Microsoft released = latest release version = 6.0.6001 latest release date = February 4, 2008 latest preview version = latest… …

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  • 136 Event horizon — In general relativity, an event horizon is a boundary in spacetime, an area surrounding a black hole or a wormhole, inside which events cannot affect an outside observer. Light emitted from inside the horizon can never reach the observer, and… …

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  • 137 Event chain methodology — project management. [Virine, L. and Trumper M., Project Decisions: The Art and Science (2007). Management Concepts. Vienna, VA, ISBN 978 1567262179 ] .Event chain methodology helps to mitigate effect motivational and cognitive biases in… …

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  • 138 Event loop — In computer science, the event loop, message dispatcher, message loop, message pump, or run loop is a programming construct that waits for and dispatches events or messages in a program. It works by polling some internal or external event… …

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  • 139 Event calculus — The event calculus is a logical language for representing and reasoning about actions and their effects first presented by Robert Kowalski and Marek Sergot in 1986.It was extended by Murray Shanahan and Rob Miller in the 1990s.The basic… …

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  • 140 Event handler — In computer programming, an event handler is an asynchronous callback subroutine that handles inputs received in a program. Each event is a piece of application level information from the underlying framework, typically the GUI toolkit. GUI… …

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