subgeneration

subgeneration

(ˌsʌbdʒɛnəˈreɪʃən)
n
a generation within another generation
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The [n.sup.t-1]th parental generation and the [n.sup.t] th subgeneration at this stage are integrated together and reordered according to objective function with best n individuals selected as the next generation parent.
The influence of arsenic on growth of the mice subgeneration. Chin J Prev Med 28:20-23.
To reassemble fragments, of course, is to engage in an act of speculation, to attempt to weave a fiction of origins and subgeneration. It is to render the implicit as explicit, and at times to imagine the whole from the part.
This suggests that the narrative is a bridge, reconnecting audiences through "a fiction of origins and subgeneration" with fragments of history, both of African capture and enslavement and of subsequent moments in African American history.
Two subgenerations [v'.sub.1] and [v'.sub.2] were obtained by crossover operation, where [v'.sub.1] = ([x.sub.1], [y.sub.2], [t'.sub.1]), [v'.sub.2] = ([x.sub.2], [y.sub.1], [t'.sub.2]).
Campbell Gibson argues that analyzing this group as a whole does not accurately portray the many social and economic trends embedded within the group, because the boomers are composed of several subgenerations with different behavioral patterns.
Most movements since Minimalism have been broken into a plethora of subgenerations: neo-geo, installation art, recurring waves of painting, institutional critique, scatter art, identity politics art, video art, Internet art, design art, architecture art, crafty art.