interrelatedly

interrelatedly

(ˌɪntərɪˈleɪtɪdlɪ)
adv
in an interrelated manner
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Interrelatedly, many of those suppliers will fulfill that need by venturing into "emerging" geographic wine regions, whose relatively lower input costs offer greater potential to scale brands with higher gross margins.
In this work, the implemented ANN related the output of a system as the function of its input to be processed interrelatedly into a set of activation functions via an optimum combination of weights.
Therefore, mediation has been considered more adequate based on the assumption that neighbourhood context and personality do not independently influence behaviour, but rather act jointly and interrelatedly (e.g., Eccles & Roeser, 2011; Farrington et al., 2010; Leventhal et al., 2009).
Overall, there is a lack of consensus about the roles that temperature and ozone play, interrelatedly, in causing mortality.
The first section, "What is Emergent Literacy and Why Should We Do It?" addresses the concept of emergent literacy, identifying six key elements: (1) learning to read and write begins very early in life; (2) reading and writing develop concurrently and interrelatedly in young children; (3) literacy develops from real life situations; (4) children learn literacy through active engagement; (5) being read to plays a special role in literacy development; and (6) learning to read and write is a developmental process.
According to this theory, both reading and writing develop concurrently and interrelatedly, rather than sequentially, and children learn by constructing knowledge, not by following rote learning methods (Teale, 1986).