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syn·er·gis·tic

(sin'ĕr-jis'tik),
1. Pertaining to synergism.
2. Denoting a synergist.
Synonym(s): synergetic, synergic

synergetic

/syn·er·get·ic/ (sin″er-jet´ik) synergic.

synergetic

(sĭn′ər-jĕt′ĭk) also

synergic

(sĭ-nûr′jĭk)
adj.
Synergistic.

synergetic

(sin?er-jet'ik) [Gr. syn, together, + ergon, work]
Exhibiting cooperative action, said of certain muscles; working together. Synonym: synergic
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Synergetic neural network (SNN) developed by Haken [20] describes the pattern recognition process in the human brain which tries to achieve the learned model with fast learning and no false state rather than traditional neural networks [21, 22] [20].
Synergetic Real Estate Group owns and operates hotels, each with a distinct character, along the Atlantic Coast from Martha's Vineyard to Miami's South Beach.
At least it is quite clear that the question of critical and reflective comprehension of the whole development of synergetics, its scientific foundations, wide possibilities and the possible boundaries of applications of the synergetic models is on the agenda now.
The first is to evaluate the impact of:- pollution linked to the presence of toxic substances in the environment which act as primary agents or which have a synergetic effect with other toxins or environmental factors;- noise pollution as a direct or indirect causal agent;- pollution linked to waste, or secondary contamination;The second priority will be to develop environment-related health indicators which can be used to evaluate the problem of pollution-related diseases across the EU.
Overall, the book integrates Western and Asian systems into a synergetic system that is not only congruent with socio-cultural realities, but is also functional and effective.
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INSECT-O-CUTOR, the leading British Manufacturer of Flykillers, have developed a new green "Synergetic" Attraction Lamp and Independent tests on electricity killers carried out by a Cambridge University entomologist have also proven that Synergetic ultra-violet Ultra Violet green light insect attractant lamps are a more powerful lure than conventional Ultra Violet University of Cambridge Department of Medical Entomology, and David Hutcheson of Insect-o-cutor (Peter Cox Group), summarizes the tests which were carried out during March and April 1994 in controlled conditions at the Insect-o-cutor Entomological Laboratory, Stockport, using Cambridge-bred house-flies (Musca domestica).
The rewards are great -- a synergetic program which produces results far better than using either method alone.
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