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iteration

repetition.
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This PBL process becomes reiterative, or closed-loop, in nature when, at the end of every case, students are asked to evaluate their own, their peers', and the tutor's performance during the group.
In October, the Central Technical Support Facility at Fort Hood, working with other locations, began a process of reiterative testing and redevelopment starting with a draft blueprint of the system architecture using the types of systems that would go to the units.
Our approach to voice in the media draws on the feminist theory of Judith Butler (see 1990, 1993, 1997) who does not locate agency as residing merely in fixed human subjects, but rather in relation to the reiterative processes of language.
75 Intricacy often takes the form of a reiterative version of simple elements: in this it also behaves like music whose arpeggios and repeated figures are structural.
93) The subject that is disposed toward a solipsistic determination of itself, by itself, is but a construct of the reiterative process of masterful interaction with the other and the world at large.
DIMENSIONS OF LEARNING: reiterative phrases of intellectual skills used
Consider using the "Delphi technique," an objective and reiterative consensus-building process, to understand common interests of manufacturing, marketing, and finance.
Throughout this reiterative process, categories were formed, reformed, split, and combined until a final set of codes became consistently useful.
OTA reports, though universally acknowledged to be balanced, comprehensive, and factually sound, depended on a time-consuming process: First, it reached out to the widest possible range of experts and interested parties, then it undertook a thorough analysis that was exhaustively challenged by public advisory panels and put through reiterative revisions.
I think there is a third meaning to redundant besides wastefully repetitive and necessarily duplicative: purposefully reiterative.
2) A complete description of a multi-sieve composition, or of any piece in which reiterative structures are evident to some degree, would explore relationships both within a given sieve an d between different sieves heard at different times.
It is essential to do your homework before the meeting to cull out the reiterative and the unattractive.