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 (sŭb′sĭ-kwĕns′, -kwəns)
1. Something that is subsequent; a sequel.
2. The fact or quality of being subsequent.
3. (-sē′kwəns) Mathematics A sequence that is contained in another sequence.


1. the fact or state of being subsequent
2. a subsequent incident or occurrence
3. (Mathematics) maths a sequence derived from a given sequence by selecting certain of its terms and retaining their order. Thus, <a2, a3> is a subsequence of <a1, a2, a3>, while <a3, a2> is not


(ˈsʌb sɪ kwəns)

1. the state or fact of being subsequent.
2. a subsequent occurrence, event, etc.; sequel.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.subsequence - something that follows something else
final result, outcome, resultant, termination, result - something that results; "he listened for the results on the radio"
2.subsequence - following in time
lateness - quality of coming late or later in time
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Then, as (h, k) [right arrow] (0,0) independently of each other, a subsequence of ([m.
m, we expected the overall MAPQ to be a function of the uniqueness of the subsequence.
This means that a siRNA sequence can be represented by three base4 integers each for a 7-nt subsequence.
In this distinction he is inspired by or beholden to Frank Macchia's thesis about the "issue of subsequence," which Pentecostals use to give themselves a special identity that produces wonders rather than learning and virtue.
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A path followed by the former President Daniel Arab Moi and subsequence by his predecessor President Mwai Kibaki.
A non-metric measure is the longest common subsequence (LCSS) described in section 'Spatiotemporal trajectory'.
But the negative values of f form a decreasing sequence, since this is a subsequence of -exp(j).
1, Worcester, charged with driving with license revoked as habitual traffic offender, guilty, sentenced to 10 days in House of Correction; failing to signal, responsible, filed; driving with a suspended license, subsequence offense, guilty, sentenced to 10 days in House of Correction, concurrent, 10 days credit; speeding, responsible, filed; possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, guilty, sentenced to 45 days in House of Correction, 45 days credit.