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lexigraphic

(ˌlɛksɪˈɡræfɪk)
adj
(Linguistics) relating to lexigraphy
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Let [A.sup.(k)] = {[I.sup.(l)] [member of] [[SIGMA].sup.(k-1)]: l = 1, ..., [q.sup.(k-1)]} be an ordered set by the lexigraphic ordering and we rearrange H according to this ordering.
As material artifact, though, such 'texts' simultaneously champion a different mode of response: encased in a nutshell, inscribed on a sesame seed, or enclosed within a thumbnail-sized book, micrographic manuscripts take on a 'paratextual' significance that transcends their significance as 'lexigraphic' signs.
(I assume preferences are lexigraphic in the sense that researchers would, ceteris paribus, prefer to produce solely authored papers for tenure and advancement reasons, if not vanity considerations.) Those in area A are capable of producing an acceptable statistical model for a paper, but do not have access to the data that are needed to complete the project (or who have access but would have to spend an inordinate amount of time figuring out the intricacies of variables, sample selection issues, peculiar coding, etc.).
(4) See the reproduction of Broodthaers's work, in its wider lexigraphic context, in Stewart, 346.
However, for the serious writer, researcher, or academician, the OED2 on CD-ROM will fill an electronic gap that spell checkers, electronic thesauri and other lexigraphic programs simply cannot.