simultaneity


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si·mul·ta·ne·ous

 (sī′məl-tā′nē-əs, sĭm′əl-)
adj.
1. Happening, existing, or done at the same time. See Synonyms at contemporary.
2. Mathematics Containing variables for which there are values that can satisfy all the equations: simultaneous equations.

[Latin simul, at the same time; see sem- in Indo-European roots + English -taneous (as in instantaneous).]

si′mul·ta′ne·ous·ly adv.
si′mul·ta′ne·ous·ness, si′mul·ta·ne′i·ty (-tə-nē′ĭ-tē, -nā′-) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.simultaneity - happening or existing or done at the same time
timing - the time when something happens
conjunction, co-occurrence, coincidence, concurrence - the temporal property of two things happening at the same time; "the interval determining the coincidence gate is adjustable"
Translations
samanaikaisuus
istodobnostistovremenostsimultanost

simultaneity

[ˌsɪməltəˈniːətɪ] Nsimultaneidad f

simultaneity

nGleichzeitigkeit f, → Simultan(e)ität f (geh)

simultaneity

[ˌsɪmltəˈnɪətɪ] nsimultaneità
References in classic literature ?
33 ff.), which is reminiscent of Herbart's "Zusammen." I think the relation may be called simply "simultaneity." It might be said that at any moment all sorts of things that are not part of my experience are happening in the world, and that therefore the relation we are seeking to define cannot be merely simultaneity.
He had so repeatedly heard himself addressed in even more than triple simultaneity.
Traditionally, the characteristics of intangibility, simultaneity, perishability, and heterogeneity were thought to make internationalization more difficult, and, hence, hinder the ability of a firm to create ownership and internalization advantages.
Concepts of simultaneity; from antiquity to Einstein and beyond.
She focuses on some illustrative theoretical tools and sites of feminist inquiry and activism that are deepened and challenged through the deployment of disability analysis: simultaneity, irony, interdependence, body politics, and "choice." The Feminist Studies editorial collective believes that this article is a very important contribution to the body of scholarly work and notes that it has frequently been cited by academics in the field.
He presses the concept of simultaneity beyond its usual uses to support his thesis.
How services differ from manufactured products (i.e., intangibility, perishability, heterogeneity and simultaneity), how services differ from each other, and how the characteristics of a given service influence the design of the service delivery process (i.e., relative focus given to physical facilities and policies, employee behaviors and employee judgment).
Javier Corrales' excellent chapter on market reform highlights the extent to which the simultaneity of the two processes has produced perverse outcomes that have undermined the success of both democratic and market reforms.
Narrative voices, time and incidents are juxtaposed by Spark to create simultaneity of perception of different fragmentary episodes in the novel.
These multiple claims to owning the "genesis story" of WCRP reflect a beautiful example of how an idea that is ripe can simultaneously appear in different social locations, in the same way that the history of science has often demonstrated a similar phenomenon of simultaneity in scientific discoveries.
No one can read LZ without being aware how integral to his work is a poetics of quotation, of incorporation, of reading and re-reading, of reworking, of revitalization, of insistence upon the simultaneity of all literature.
''I would just point out 'simultaneity' is not a word that we have used,'' Boucher said.