aggregational

aggregational

(ˌæɡrɪˈɡeɪʃənəl)
adj
resulting from aggregation
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Aggregational behavior of the blue mussels Mytilus edulis and Mytilus trossulus: a potential pre-zygotic reproductive isolation mechanism.
that Facebook is furthering an "aggregational" theory of freedom of expression, whereby primacy is given to the sheer capacity or potential for individuals to communicate using platforms such as Facebook, rather than the quality or importance of that speech.
there isn't one time or year for this aggregational
de Oliveira, "Aggregational processes of low molecular weight polyethyleneb-polyethylene oxide diblock copolymer probed by electrical impedance spectroscopy," European Polymer Journal, vol.
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.
However, the term "numerical response" comprises two different mechanisms: a higher rate of predator reproduction when prey is abundant, a "reproductive response," and an attraction of predators to prey aggregations, an "aggregational response" [24].
pH and temperature dependence of the aggregational behaviors," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol.
(16.) 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." Langmuir, 12(20) 4709-4717 (1996)
models of democracy: deliberative and aggregational. (113)
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 facts are: i) prices follow a random walk process, ii) returns exhibit a leptokurtic distribution with fat tails, iii) as the time scale over which returns are calculated is increased, their distribution tends to "look like" a normal one (Aggregational Gaussianity), and iv) returns presents volatility clustering.