hierarchical


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hierarchical

adjective Referring to a structure or function that is organised in a hierarchy.
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Many of our customers are using hierarchical design methodologies to manage the size and complexity of their designs.
Board members and the superintendent, on the other hand, are perceived by the largest proportions of respondents as hierarchical rather than collaborative--39.
The hierarchical dynamic shatters the wholeness of creation and human personality, dividing people into higher and lower aspects, thereby de-sacramentalizing and sexually wounding both.
Indeed, the notion of power with reinvigorates the conception of coalition through a rejection of stable hierarchical structures--particularly patriarchal ones that depend on the threat of violence and violence itself (power over)--and a refraining of power as derived from dynamic, collective, caring interactions.
The precise hierarchical relationships among the 22 specific occupations, their CAI R-I-A-S-E-C profiles, DOT physical demand ratings, DOT defined skill requirements ("tool knowledge": mathematical [M] and language [L] development), and the schematic diagram of the computer program is presented in Figure 3.
For top-down chip planning and partition, Apogee utilizes the award-winning place-and-route engines from Aprisa to achieve a high-quality partition generation, pin assignment, and feed-through insertion, enabling the user to create hierarchical designs with much better quality and unprecedented speed.
Reduce test logic area and signal routing with streamlined hierarchical network based on IEEE test standards and managed by a modular server controller for all IP and logic blocks
All models include elements of hierarchical learning process structures and each theory presents a viable explanation for some aspect of student knowledge creation in the classroom.
There are many indications that business today is far too fluid and fast-paced for such a deliberate and hierarchical approach to strategy.
McPhee observes, this idea is derived from the twin facts that historians base their work on documents compiled largely by bureaucrats, reflecting the bureaucrats' hierarchical Weltanschauung, and that historians themselves pass most of their lives in bureaucratic hierarchies (surviving, presumably, on "surplus" extracted from society's producers).
The Catapult SL tool supports complex hierarchical design, includes new technology that improves block-level performance, and offers links to power analysis tools to help reduce power consumption by up to 30 percent.
Integration provides a predictable timing closure flow for hierarchical design and test methodology

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