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elaboration

[i‚lab·ə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
A technique, used chiefly in the Ada programming language, of setting up a hierarchy of calculated constants so that the values of one or more of them determine others further down in the hierarchy.
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Therefore, this study proposes an automatic analysis method to measure the level of groups' knowledge elaboration in terms of three indicators: coverage, activation, and equitability.
The deadline for submitting the elaborations for legalizing the infrastructure facilities to the Ministry of Transport and Communications and to municipalities, submitted on September 3, 2011, expires by the end of this year.
The Cabinet also reviewed the content of the scientific studies and experiences regarding the elaboration of regional development indicators of other countries and specialised international organisations such as the United Nations, the African Development Bank, in addition to a proposal made by the Tunisian Competitiveness and Quantitative Studies Institute, to classify delegations and distribute allocations.
In the present work three independent processes of the GPS data elaboration were applied, basing on which three sets of time series of GPS station coordinates are constructed, one for each separate scientific task.
This process sets the stage for elaboration of task-related information.
Murby shows that the analysis of the situation of standardization is a research work, used regularly in the activity of standard elaboration works management, by which a field's degree of coverage with standards is settled and the need for some normative documents elaboration is underlain.
Rhetorical figures invite elaboration (their style is based on artful deviation).
From this perspective, there is a big difference between the modality of elaboration and achievement of security policies in societies with democratic regimes in comparison to the dictatorial ones.
A survey asked faculty to rate the extent to which rehearsal, elaboration, organization, critical thinking, peer learning, and help seeking were required to do well in their course.
Results indicate that task value and self-efficacy were significantly positively related to students' use of elaboration, critical thinking, and metacognitive learning strategies.
Consequently, one could desire an elaboration of the reasons for an attempted uprising against Spain in 1781 while the region prospered under Spain's mercantilist protections.
The experiments, which took place at ultra-low temperatures and under high vacuum, were a collaboration between a group--including Gross and led by Francesca Moresco--at the Free University of Berlin and a group led by Christian Joachim of the Center for Materials Elaboration and Structural Studies in Toulouse, France.