sequency

sequency

(ˈsiːkwənsɪ)
n
consecutiveness
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In APDF based on DST, F is an N-D expected sequency response vector, where sequency can be regarded as "extensive frequency" in a broad sense.
Jaya and Gopikakumari [14] introduced fuzzy-rule based enhancement in the Sequency by Mapped Real Transform (SMRT) domain.
Clinically, certain mutations can be detected with sequency analysis (HPS1, AP3B1 (HPS2), HPS3, HPS4, HPS5, HPS6, DTNBP1 (HSP7) and BLOC1S3 (HPS8)).
Beauchamp, Applications of Walsh and Related Functions--With an Introduction to Sequency Theory.
For instance, although sequences such as <tl> and <dl> do not contravene the Principle of Sonority Sequency (obstruent-less sonorous-, liquid -more sonorous-), [l] shares the specification (coronal) with [t] and [d], thus making this compound not possible.
Sequency explains beautifully our sense of linear time, and the evidence of evolution.
Just as he sees Sequency and Simultaneity as complementary, so he sees individual freedom and social responsibility as the complementary manifestations of anarchy.
T1-weighted images showed no specific findings (Isointens in the T1 sequency, hyperintens in the T2 sequency) (Figure 1b).
These anti-illusionist techniques include the disruption of plot structure and plot sequency, the dissolution of story events and setting, and the use of diverse metafictional techniques--ranging from metaleptic infractions (e.
However] the Volume, I propose, would not only bring together [Leighton's] finest passages, but these being afterwards arranged on a principle wholly independent of the accidental place of each in the original Volumes, and guided by their relative bearings, it would give a connection or at least a propriety of sequency.