predefinition


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predefinition

(ˌpriːdɛfɪˈnɪʃən)
n
the process or action of defining in advance; an advance definition
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Since the BG ETEM is developing and developing its own mobile applications on the platform iOS for use by its employees and is pushing ahead with this development, a predefinition is expressly made to the end user Apple and the operating system iOS.
The abstract father class and heavy load predefinition clasp method in of white box frame through inheriting frame realizes general extendibility.
Having more predefinition now would make clearer contingency planning possible, and could make it easier to specify conditions that would reduce gaming and moral hazard and ensure more appropriate pricing.
Relative to some other forms of territorial variation such as discretion and inherent authority, local rules are more inflexible precisely because they involve the predefinition of procedural requirements rather than the development of requirements within the context of specific cases.
The patent-protected Impact 360 Speech Analytics solutions leverage both phonetics and LVCSR recognition, the best combination of speed and accuracy, adding meaning and context to each word and phrase identified in processed calls, all without predefinition of terms.
It is very obvious that if astronauts are allowed to freely choose their food, without any predefinition of the diet or training, this may lead to a diet deficient in protein compared to the RDA [30].
Maxine Greene (1995) suggests of teaching and learning: "In many respects, teaching and learning are matters of breaking through barriers--of expectation, of boredom, of predefinition.
A further problem with the WHO definition of quality of life is that although it includes the subjective experience of the individual, it remains wedded to the predefinition of what is important rather than leaving this to the patient.
Therefore, one should abstain from any ex-ante predefinition of "external events" and make the question of external and internal information a question of perception by the actors.
Therefore the predefinition of a WSDL service description can be done in four layers building one on top of the other.
The elements of the model that are responsible for the predefinition of the variations (order codes and specifications) are lying on the leaf level of the tree.
Whether the clusters of worldviews and ways of life actually represent 'cultures' will continue to be debated, yet we argue for the use of research approaches that avoid the predefinition of worldviews and ways of life, and at the same time place them in context.