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concatenate

[kən′kat·ən‚āt]
(computer science)
To unite in a sequence, link together, or link to a chain.

concatenate

To join together two or more files or lists to form one big one.

The Unix cat command can be used to concatenate files.

concatenate

To link structures together. Concatenating files appends one file to another. In speech synthesis, units of speech called "phonemes" (k, sh, ch, etc.) are concatenated to produce meaningful sounds. See concatenating text files.
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Because we believe that concatenate coordination conforms to the coordination discussed by Herbert Spencer, Simon Newcomb, Mises, Hayek, Coase, and hundreds of others, we think it is significant that a great many of Kirzner's utterances about coordination might be read that way.
Concatenate coordination will typically recognize such discovery as coordination: A humane liberal mind imagined to behold the vast tapestry and its potentialities normally will smile upon the discovery of such opportunities.
Rubric I: Here is concatenate coordination, and here is where Mises and Hayek properly belong.
When the Concatenation method parameter is Vertical, then the block concatenates the input matrices along columns.
i) Much of their discussion seems to be based on their use of the concatenate coordination norm.
K-B's contention that The Communist Manifesto is discoordinating (despite, precisely because of, its successful commercial publication) clearly depends on their use of the term "coordination" in the concatenate sense--and is therefore entirely irrelevant to the dovetail coordination norm.
But while all this may be relevant for concatenate coordination discussions, it has very little, if anything, to do with dovetail coordination.
We thus see that Klein's distinction between mutual coordination and concatenate coordination does not provide a sharp contrast between the Schelling and Hayekian viewpoints, as both writers implicitly rely on both concepts.
Armed with Klein's definition of concatenate coordination, one will certainly see the concept spilling out of Hayek's work.
The validity of Kirzner's position here depends upon how the K-B definition of concatenate coordination is interpreted.
7) argue that spontaneous order is a type of concatenate coordination seen as desirable by a "fictitious mind able to behold the extensive tapestry of social affairs.