aggregational

aggregational

(ˌæɡrɪˈɡeɪʃənəl)
adj
resulting from aggregation
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The aggregational tool Storify and the Irish journalism startup Storyful, which extracts stories and verification from social media streams, are forms of social news agencies, offering more journalistic protection and filtering than the platforms that host them, but reliant on making sense out of scattered and often confusing information.
Kevelam, J, van Breeman, JFL, Blokzijl, W, Engberts, JBFN, "Polymer-Surfactant Interactions Studied by Titration Microcalorimetry: Influence of Polymer Hydrophobicity, Electrostatic Forces, and Surfactant Aggregational State.
The so-called aggregational Gaussianity is present, which means that the price distribution converges to a Gaussian one (accordingly to the Central Limit Theorem), if the time horizon [DELTA]t increases slowly.
These large adults (210-295 mm SL) readily took bare hooks and seemed to be exhibiting an aggregational behavior similar to that observed in Southern California waters (Larry Allen, CSU Northridge, personal communication).
The conflation between the singular "consciousness" of the individual television viewer and the collective "public consciousness" constructed by the spectacle speaks, I think, to the aggregational qualities of the spectacularized terror act.
GE, preferably in a concentration of 1 g/l, applied acutely in the experiment, markedly slowed down this process of ternary aggregational nanoplaque complexation at all [Ca.
Although the linear nature of writing demands that one present micro-interactional and aggregational data in a linear fashion (i.
The descriptive methodology concerns relation and includes semantical, abstracting, precision, aggregational, and process methods.
Despite his penchant for abstract reasoning, Kant firmly believed that his predictions could in principle be assessed empirically with the benefit of hindsight, and doing so would require an aggregational approach: "History is concerned with giving an account of [human actions], no matter how deeply concealed their causes may be, and it allows us to hope that, if it examines the free exercise of the human will on a large scale, it will be able to discover a regular progression among freely willed actions" (Kant [1784] 1970a, 41).
Actually, it didn't take a lot of doing: the logic of the constructional, aggregational and compositional systems had simply to be understood and followed, relating the various parts of the crustacean to one another, as far as possible in keeping with the new demands made on the home; repairing parts that were worn out, and bringing the whole complex as far as possible into line with current planning regulations; providing soft technology in the plant systems, so as to avoid conflicts with the constructional and compositional system, but also making it as sophisticated as possible to offer future villagers the advantages of peaceful isolation and yet regular links with the outside world of the best possible kind.