occasionality


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occasionality

(əˌkeɪʒəˈnælətɪ)
n
the condition or character of being infrequent or intended for a specific occasion, or that which is infrequent or intended for a specific occasion
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To avoid the occasionality, the simulations are repeated 100 times for each variable value and average the result, but the other unfixed parameters are randomly selected according to the above settings every time to simulate the real environment.
Since the spatial narrative is about today's people and their living conditions, to be specific, Fang believes that the spatial narrative contains the following three aspects: 1) occasionality of life; 2) momentariness of reality; 3) spatiality of existence (149).
In order to avoid the occasionality in the process of experiment, the test was proceeded 10 times for the two trajectories, and the test results are shown in Table 2.
In this article, I adduce five principles that an inducement prize contest for AI should possess: occasionality of occurrence, flexibility of award, transparency of result, absoluteness of criteria, and reasonableness of goal.
However, occasionality is another notable characteristic of the video transmission.