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com·bi·na·tion

(kom'bi-nā'shŭn),
1. The act of combining (that is, by joining, uniting, or otherwise bringing into close association) separate entities.
2. The state of being so combined.
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All the above makes use of the XOR as the combinational function.
Wave pipelined technique was first introduced by Cotten [3] Wave pipelining is a design technique for increasing the throughput of a digital system without introducing pipelining registers between adjacent combinational logic blocks shown in Figure.
The selected parameters in the equation were used to describe the combinational effect of NaCl and NaN[O.
No other combinational populations were found among eight other populations to the east and west (Shields and Kratochvil, 2011).
They were randomly divided in 2 experimental groups (10 subjects engaged in the combinational exercise, 10 subjects engaged in the consumption of additive tetrahydrocannabinol) and 1 control group (10 subjects).
8220;Availability of reimbursement for interventional oncology technologies would make them more popular as combinational technologies,” stressed Joshi.
Aguirre, "Towards automated evolutionary design of combinational circuits", Computers & Electrical Engineering, vol.
Also available is a free CLC Configuration Tool, to streamline the setup process of the CLC module by simulating the functionality of the registers and combinational logic in a graphical user interface (GUI).
In present study, two Cry proteins Cry IAc and Cry 2Aa are used in three different combinational ratios i.
A German World Chess Champion for 27 years, mathematician, and philosopher, Emanuel Lasker, contrasted the positional "plan" with the combinational "idea," saying that "the idea has a point which surprises, which changes at one blow the state of affairs; the plan has breadth and depth which are imposing and which, by slow, methodical building, give structure to the position" (167).
Despite the thermodynamic analysis results showing the infeasibility of chrome oxidation at joint interface, microscopic observations and combinational analyses reveal that chrome plays an important role in bond formation by diffusing into the interface and separation from the steel.