seriation


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seriation

(ˌsɪərɪˈeɪʃən)
n
a serial arrangement or sequence; the act of arranging things in series or succession
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One possibility may be that irrelevant sounds somehow disrupt phonological codes within WM (interference-by-content), but interferences seem to concern serial order processes (interference-by-process), that is, irrelevant changing sounds are likely to interfere with seriation processes in WM (Beaman & Jones, 1997, 1998; Jones & Macken, 1993; Jones et al., 1992; Jones & Tremblay, 2000; Page & Norris, 2003; Tremblay et al., 2012).
Microscopic characteristics for the identification were conidial heads, stipes, color and length vesicles shape and seriation, metula covering, conidial size and shape were investigated.
(5) Around this time, the still-teenage Piper was making Minimalist and conceptualist works such as Nine-Part Floating Square, 1967, a grid of nine canvases with pencil lines drawn across and onto the wall, and Seriation #1: Lecture, a 1968 audio work that recorded the time, in ten-second intervals, as announced by the mechanical, feminine voice of an international operator.
* Seriation: Ability to organize objects with respect to its magnitude.
By second and third grade, students are cognitively ready for the task known as seriation (Piaget, 1977).
During the following decades the knowledge regarding this funerary area was incremented by new material studies, unfortunately always partial in their scope (Ponte, 1985; Rouillard et al., 1988-1989; Frankenstein, 1997), and in particular by the first attempts to organize the disperse information regarding the necropolis and to establish a seriation of the available data (Arruda, 1999-2000: 72-86) (2).
PermutMatrix [27] was also utilized to view expression data using its default parameters: Euclidean distance dissimilarity, McQuitty's method (WPGMA) hierarchical clustering, and multiple-fragment (MF) heuristic seriation rule.
We have to address by seriation the entire range of alternative issue-resolutions in the quest for optimality--for identifying that particular alternative that affords the optimal balance of supportive possibility over undermining negativity.