subaction


Related to subaction: took over, finalised

subaction

(sʌbˈækʃən)
n
obsolete an act of subduing
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The national strategy has 12 strategic objectives based on international conventions and agreements ratified by Lebanon, and each has its own subaction plan, with a specific set of operational objectives and indicators for measuring progress.
These works can be interpreted both as taking shifts of finite type as a model and subaction projections as a computing process or sofic shifts as a model and projective subdynamics as a process.
The (vertical) subaction is the dynamical system where X is seen as being acted on by the restriction of [sigma] to the subgroup {0} x Z (only shifting vertically).
2-3 The PSD is a factor of the subaction, and the relation of factor is transitive.
3-2 Let [PHI] be a factor map from the vertical subaction of X onto [SIGMA] for some [Z.
The Activity Theory provides the concepts of actions, subactions and operations to describe the internal behavior of the subjects in order to achieve activity success.