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context

 [kon´tekst]
the setting, in time or space, surrounding the occurrence of a given event.
cultural context the environment or situation that is relevant to the beliefs, values, and practices of the culture under study.
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The purpose of this study was to investigate whether the systematic increase of contextual interference (CI) levels during practice is more beneficial for retention and transfer than practice schedules involving only low levels of CI.
The challenge for contextual commerce is that it is largely being driven by the content platform and owners' perspective, focusing on one part of the customer journey: from product discovery to transaction.
Genuine control by contextual stimuli was demonstrated by Perez-Gonzalez and Serna (2003) and Serna and Perez-Gonzalez (2003).
Better quality sensors, more sophisticated machine learning algorithms, and 5G deployment can significantly enhance the user experience in contextual compute scenarios and allow the development of better quality and more advanced AR/VR applications
"Contextual Intelligence gives marketers peace of mind by using advanced technology to help prevent their ads from appearing on properties with dangerous or inappropriate content," said Kurt Kratchman, Group Vice President for Product Development, Oracle Data Cloud.
Arguing for orthodoxy in contextual theology through Schreiter's five criteria and insights from Jose de Mesa, Bevans effectively highlights the dissonance and counterpoints within contextual theology and validity of Christian Tradition.
Understanding contextual factors in cost, quality and priority setting decisions in health: Comment on "Contextual factors influencing cost and quality decisions in health and care: a structured evidence review and narrative synthesis." Int J Health Policy Manag.
Contextual Genomics' FOLLOW IT panel, a proprietary mutation detection liquid biopsy assay, screens for cell-free circulating tumour DNA (ctDNA) in plasma.
Therefore, in this study, a flipped contextual game-based learning approach was proposed to enable students to have more practice and peer-interaction time in the class with support from the teacher during the game-based learning process.
Lastly, this new contextual visual response won't work for Google Assistant on Android phones since it appears to be an exclusive feature for the Google Home smart speakers.
Moonshot-Internet has chosen this platform to industrialize the distribution of its contextual insurances and services for E-merchants.
At runtime, a number of unexpected contextual changes can occur such as the lack of money needed to cover the booking fees, the expiration of the credit card, the network failure, the service unavailability due to fluctuations in available bandwidth and throughput rates, etc.