concatenation


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concatenation

(kon-kat?i-na'shun) [L. con, together, + catena, chain]
A group of events or effects acting in concert or occurring at the same time.
Synonym: catenation
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Using mathematical methods for investigation of two parameter concatenation it is necessary to form two synchronous numerical time series ([x.
707 standard, virtual concatenation is equivalent to contiguous concatenation, with the difference that the intermediate transport is done using separate VC-4 channels.
Although tendency of concatenation of RR interval and ST segment remained unaltered in both cases, but interaction of these parameters was incident to individual features of subject's body.
Michaux's drawings, a selection of which were recently on view, are the-barest, most unstable concatenations of lines, marks, and doodles, here in color, there pitch black; they are atavistic, inchoate scribblings, at times nearly legible, yet always on the verge of indecipherability.