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recombine

(rē′kəm-bīn′)
v. recom·bined, recom·bining, recom·bines
v.intr.
Genetics To undergo or cause recombination; form new combinations.
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And now he includes digital systems in the range of performance technologies, capturing brief snippets of animation live with a video camera, saving them on a computer, and repeating and recombining them in a myriad of cyclical variations.
One could even imagine genetic algorithm messages, where competing messages are sent into cyberspace and programmed to periodically recombine themselves using genetic algorithms: strong parent messages eliminating weaker messages and recombining to give birth to an even stronger generation of messages -- strength being, for instance, measured by the persuasiveness of a message (number of people it motivates to act), or by the importance of the debate it generates (number of times it gets played back or developed).
The invention of the novel and the unreal by recombining the elements found in reality so that life is represented in alien surroundings or essentially changed in natural physical and mental constitution (as in centaurs or giants)--distinguished from imagination.
Fancy, on the other hand, may invent novel unrealities by recombining different elements of real things.
National Institutes of Health issued formal guidelines on recombining genetic materials.
The two companies' products complement each other, as between them they are able to supply the key equipment for producing embossing shims (DM), recombining and embossing (Alfa).
The Flower of Evil (Claude Chabrol) Chabrol's fiftieth, recombining favorite elements of family corruption and perverse longing, is steeped in his rapt pattern-making genius.
The last section, "Ollin Alageed" ("Wedding Dance"), eschews the customary full company blowout in favor of brief entrances and crossovers by individuals and couples, recombining motifs.
What apparently was different was that he didn't attempt to isolate the dissociated water components into the respective [H.sub.2] and [O.sub.2] gases via the conventional technique of using separated electrodes and then later recombining the gases with a torch to reclaim the energy for welding and other applications.
This simple system, or syntax, for recombining sounds to convey messages represents a step toward human language that had not previously been demonstrated in apes, says psychologist Esther Clarke of the University of St.
Westmead will now focus on embossing production equipment, including wide-web (1300 mm) embossing, electroforming and recombining equipment.
And of course such later paintings are formed through a complex process of tracing and recombining a vast archive of media images.